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Trade Truce: What does it mean for my money?

Tariffs and fines have disrupted trade between the US and China for almost a year, but now the leaders of the world’s two largest economies have reached a truce. For the next 90-days their trade dispute will be put on hold. But what does this mean for consumers and investors?

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