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Wall Street eases from record highs on coronavirus concerns, Cisco results

Reuters Thursday, 13 February 2020
Wall Street's main indexes eased from record highs on Thursday, pressured by shares of Cisco after its disappointing quarterly forecast, while a spike in new coronavirus cases in China weighed on the sentiment.
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