- Stocks recouped their early losses as traders grew hopeful a trade deal could be ironed out between the US and China.
- The major indexes fell at the open after President Donald Trump on Monday said he expected the protectionist policies between the world's largest economies to increase.
- Concerns about the prospect of slowing economic growth and rising rates have pummeled equities in recent months.
Stocks recover amid hope for US-China trade talks
Stocks fell Tuesday a day after President Donald Trump said he expects protectionist policies between the largest economies to escalate.
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