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Trade war fears still a dampener on stocks

All eyes on trade shootout at closed-door confrontation between US and China this week

The mid-term elections turned out to be the stock investor's dream come true - gridlock. In this stalemate scenario, neither party will be able to pass legislation without the support of the other.

US STOCKS rose last week as investors breathed a sigh of relief at the election results, but fears that the trade war would resume kept a cap on the gains.

This week, a closed-door confrontation between the leaders of the world's two largest economies will determine whether the bulls run...

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