Stocks set for best week in six years, dollar climbs
Friday, 16 February 2018 NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global stocks rose on Friday and were set for their best week in six years as strong corporate earnings offset concerns about rising inflation and interest rates, while the U.S. dollar edged higher from a three-year low against major currencies.
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