US markets soar as trade war fears subside

Dow Jones enjoys third largest ever gain

Jayna Rana
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US markets see biggest one-day gains since 2015 as trade war fears ease
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US markets see biggest one-day gains since 2015 as trade war fears ease

US stocks enjoyed their largest one-day gains in more than two and a half years on Monday, with the S&P 500 index up 2.7%, as concerns of a trade war between US and China eased.

everThe country's blue-chip indices saw an improved mood following last week's falls, which saw the S&P 500 suffer its worst weekly performance in more than two years. Instead, the index was up 2.7%...

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