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Stocks gain after China cuts trade tariffs, solid U.S. data

Reuters Thursday, 6 February 2020
Asian stocks edged up on Thursday, cheered by record closes in Wall Street benchmarks after encouraging economic data, and after China announced a cut in tariffs on some imported goods from the United States.
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