GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rebound as trade war fears ebb, dollar falls

NEW YORK, March 2 (Reuters) - Stocks on Wall Street rebounded on Friday as investors who were initially spooked by the prospect of a global trade war backed off those concerns on the notion that President Donald Trump was just rattling sabers as a negotiating tactic.
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