The Dow rallied more than 100 points on Monday after the Trump White House whipsawed on the ongoing US-China trade war, providing the US stock market with a jolt of optimism that the two countries would arrive at a deal within the near future. Bitcoin, meanwhile, maintained its recent gains throughout the weekend but needs to see further growth to confirm that market headwinds truly have shifted. Dow Mounts Triple-Digit Rally As of 9:01 am ET, Dow Jones Industrial Average futures had gained 101 points or 0.4 percent, implying a rise of just under 100 points at the opening bell.
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