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Wall St. pulls back from record highs after four-day rally

Reuters Friday, 7 February 2020
Wall Street pulled back from record levels on Friday after a four-day rally, as investors digested a report that showed strength in the U.S. labor market, while keeping a close eye on developments surrounding the coronavirus epidemic.
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Wall Street pulled back from record levels Friday after a four-day rally as investors digested a report showing U.S. job growth accelerated last month and braced for the next developments involving the coronavirus spread out of China. Fred Katayama reports.

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