Breaking—- CHINA SENDS 150,000 TROOPS TO NORTH KOREAN BORDER
The NASDAQ reported:
Stocks were cautiously higher before Monday’s open amid geopolitical pressures and jitters ahead of Q1 earnings from the country’s largest banks. As the morning progressed, the averages gained altitude before running into a wall of resistance that was exacerbated by reports of troop deployments on the Chinese border with North Korea by a Korean news agency.
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This comes after meetings this past weekend between President Donald Trump and the Chines premier.
— China Xinhua News (@XHNews) April 10, 2017