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Plans for new U.S.-China trade talks boost stock indexes

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Minute stocks posted solid gains for a second day in a row the news that the US and China plan to hold talks in Washington next month spark new investor optimism about the trade war the Dow Jones industrials gained three hundred seventy three points or one point four percent the nasdaq closed one hundred forty points or one and three quarters percent higher the S. and P. five hundred rose thirty eight points or one point three percent Brian Levitt of invesco talked about the positive mood on Wall Street the fed has backed off US in China or green to me is this great policy backdrop no but things moderately improving yeah and that's why the markets are responding to this lululemon Athletica posted stronger than expected quarterly results after the bell the athletic wear maker boosted its guidance for