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Wall Street Opens Down As Investors Mistrust G20 By Reuters




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(Reuters) – US stocks opened lower on Thursday as investors took a cautious stance in the run up to the US-China trade talks at the upcoming G20 summit after President Donald Trump declared that there were "a long way to go" in terms of tariffs with Beijing.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average Index () fell 22.78 points, or 0.09% at the open market, to settle at 25,343.65.

The S & P 500 () opened down 6.82 points, or 0.25%, to 2,736.97. The Nasdaq Composite () lost 24.22 points, or 0.33%, to 7,267.37 points at the opening bell.

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