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Daily markets morning round-up: E-mini S&P, gold, crude & Treasuries


Major U.S. benchmarks grinded forward in the second half yesterday and added gains overnight. Buzz that China offered to add $25 billion in purchases of U.S. goods this year turned a potentially dulling tape back north before the close. The offer comes days after Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross left Beijing but also surfaces question marks to the $70 billion in purchases spoken of weeks ago.

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