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      Wall Street Gains as US-China Trade War Fears Ease



      Stocks ended higher on Monday as trade tensions between the U.S. and China eased for the moment, while investor sentiment was also lifted by news of dealmaking activity.

      The Dow Jones industrial average soared 298.20 points to 25,013.29. Boeing, Caterpillar and United Technologies, big exporters likely to benefit from easing trade tensions, were the best-performing stocks in the index. Monday also marked the first time since mid-March that the Dow closed above 25,000.

      The S&P 500 rose 0.7 percent to 2,733.01 as industrials were up 1.5 percent. The Nasdaq composite gained 0.5 percent as 7,394.04 as semiconductors pushed tech higher.

      U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Sunday the United States and China had agreed to drop their tariff threats on billions of dollars worth of each country's goods, while China on Monday praised a significant dialing back of tensions.

      Nine of the 11 major S&P sectors were higher, led by the technology sector's 1.21 percent gain. Apple, which counts China as major growth market, rose 1.4 percent, giving the biggest boost to the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq.

      The industrial sector gained 1.20 percent, led by a 2.4 percent jump in Boeing, which sells about a fourth of its commercial aircraft to Chinese customers. Caterpillar gained 2.3 percent.

      Wall Street also got a boost on Monday amid a slew of dealmaking news.

      General Electric will merge its transportation business with Wabtec a rail equipment maker in a deal worth $11.1 billion. GE shares rose 2 percent.

      Meanwhile, Fifth Third Bancorp agreed to buy MB Financial for $4.7 billion in cash and stock. MB Financial shares soared 12.9 percent.

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      Oil Slides after Rally, OPEC May Relax Production Curbs



      Oil prices fell on Wednesday as the market experienced a respite on expectations that OPEC may lift production as early as June, despite geopolitical risks providing support for the market.

      Brent futures slipped 4 percent to $79.53 per barrel, after rising 35 cents on Tuesday. In the previous week, the global benchmark reached $80.50 per barrel, the highest since November 2014.

      U.S. WTI crude futures fell 2 cents to $72.18 per barrel, having risen on Tuesday to $72.83 per barrel, its highest level since November 2014.

      In a note, ANZ said that geopolitical risks have kept investors on edge. U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo had laid out demands for Iran to stop all uranium enrichment and give nuclear inspectors access to their entire nation. But the lender sid that investors are also focused on the upcoming talks between Russia and Saudi about whether they should consider a controlled easing of over-compliance with their output cut agreement.

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      Fed Minutes Support Rate Hike in June



      Federal Reserve officials at their meeting earlier this month signaled they were likely to raise their benchmark short-term interest rate at their June meeting, and they debated how to characterize an evolving policy strategy that soon would no longer try to stimulate economic growth.

      Minutes from the meeting, which ended May 2, reveal Fed officials are on track to raise rates again in June. The minutes also indicate officials are less worried about inflation rising above 2 percent, its current level and the Fed's target rate, than they are about the rate of inflation dipping again.

      Most participants judged that if incoming information broadly confirmed their economic outlook, it would likely soon be appropriate for the FOMC to take another step in removing policy accommodation, the minutes said.

      The readout of the meeting included a call by some policymakers to revise the Fed's monetary policy statement soon to reflect that rates would be close or above long-run estimates before too long.

      A number of Fed policymakers, including Chairman Jerome Powell, have been keen to stress they will tolerate inflation rising above the Fed's goal for a time without undue concern. This was reflected in the policy statement earlier this month, with explicit reference made to the 2 percent target being symmetric.

      Fed policymakers at the meeting decided, as expected, to keep the benchmark overnight lending rate unchanged in a target range of between 1.50 percent and 1.75 percent.

      Traders in the federal funds futures market currently see more than a 90 percent chance of a June rate hike.

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