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U.S. stocks rose as White House officials continued to signal that the president's tough talk on trade won't lead to growth-sapping tariffs. Gold declined and bonds dropped in most developed markets. Markets turned calmer ahead of Friday's jobs report. The dollar strengthened for the third time this week, while the 10-year Treasury yield popped above 2.81 percent.Friday, the United States publishes non-farm payrolls and an employment report; the jobless rate was forecast to have fallen in March after holding at 4.1 percent for five straight months.CurrenciesThe Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index rose 0.3 percent on the biggest advance in over a week.Britain's 10-year yield climbed three basis points to 1.401 percent on its fifth straight advance.
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