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Wall Street Week Ahead: With rate cut likely, market wonders how low Fed will go

Reuters India Friday, 13 September 2019
With U.S.-China trade tensions roiling markets, investors are counting on support for stocks coming from a Federal Reserve willing to keep cutting interest rates to help the U.S. economy avoid a severe downturn.
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