NewsWatch: Stock futures rise as U.S., Mexico trade tensions cool

June 10
18:52 2019

U.S. stock futures indicate a positive start for Wall Street on Monday after the U.S. removed the risk of import tariffs on Mexico, and as investors continue to look for the Federal Reserve to deliver a rate cut. See full story.

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