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Eurozone stocks slid Friday on the strong euro while the Dow pushed higher despite renewed doubts regarding U.S. tax cuts plans.Wall Street opened mixed, with the Dow climbing 0.2 percent from a record close despite renewed concern about the fate of U.S. President Donald Trump's much-hyped tax-cut plans.Only two Republican senators can vote against the plan for it to be approved.In Asia on Friday, Tokyo's main stocks index ended 0.4-percent higher, back near 25-year peaks after reversing early losses thanks to a weaker yen.
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