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Markets rally at the first sign of a deal between the U.S. and China — Here's what three experts have to say

Markets rallied on news that China would increase its imports of U.S. goods to balance the trade deficit, which led many to speculate that U.S.-China trade tensions might be easing. Three experts weigh in on how it affected markets, and how investors should react.
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Fri, Jan 18 20193:37 PM EST
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