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Markets surge as lawmakers reach tentative shutdown deal — Watch four experts explain the move

Stocks rose on Tuesday following news out of Washington that lawmakers had struck a tentative deal on border security funding, which would prevent another partial government shutdown. Watch these four experts explain the market jump and how improved prospects for a U.S.-China trade deal also boosted equities.
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Tue, Feb 12 201912:57 PM EST
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