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Global Markets: Bank results impede Wall Street, trade hopes support European stocks

Reuters India Monday, 15 April 2019
World stocks retreated from earlier gains on Monday as underwhelming quarterly results from U.S. banks weighed on Wall Street, though progress in U.S.-China trade talks helped European stocks tread water.
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