On February 12, the Dow Jones surged by more than 500 points by 1.49 percent following optimistic forecasts on U.S.-China trade talks. The S&P 500, Nasdaq Composite, and Dow Jones all recorded strong gains in the past month, recovering by nearly 6 percent in a short time frame. However, Mark Wu, a Harvard Law School professor, said that a full comprehensive trade deal by March 1 is highly unlikely due to a wide range of variables that could affect ongoing trade discussions. Dow Jones Could Feel Market Shock if No Trade is Established The U.S. jobs growth is strong, household
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