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Markets hit as hopes for US-China trade deal dim — Four experts on what to watch

U.S. stocks fell after the U.S. added more Chinese companies to its trade blacklist and imposed visa bans on Chinese officials. The U.S. is also accusing China of mistreatment of Muslim minority groups. The new developments erased investor hopes of a trade deal anytime soon. Here's four experts on what to watch.
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Tue, Oct 8 20195:24 PM EDT
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