NewsWatch: Stocks edge higher as Trump administration officials play down talk of ban on China investments

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U.S. stock-indexes head slightly higher to end the month and quarter as a Treasury official said there were no immediate plans to prevent Chinese companies from listing on domestic exchanges, momentarily calming a fear that buckled the market on Friday. See full story.

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