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Stocks Rise As Trump Signals Different Tone On Trade War With China

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Stocks Rise As Trump Signals Different Tone On Trade War With China

Stocks Rise As Trump Signals Different Tone On Trade War With China

President Donald Trump signaled a different tone on the trade war with China and that sent stocks higher on Wall Street; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.

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