The World Trade Organisation agrees deals

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Ministers at the World Trade Organisation -which sets the rules for global trade – have reached limited agreements on a number of areas.

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After a tumultuous week we check in with the markets on Wall Street. Joe Saluzzi, Institutional partner at Themis Trading joins us.

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