Record high stocks pause to gauge China-U.S. trade outlook, company earnings


World stocks eased off record highs on Wednesday and U.S. and German bond yields slipped, as euphoria over a U.S.-China trade deal was tempered by U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin saying tariffs on Chinese goods would remain in place for now. (Reuters Top News) More More

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