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World stocks ran into profit-taking Friday as many investors, wary of global uncertainty and U.S. President Donald Trump's volatile Twitter diplomacy, cashed out before the weekend, traders said.Key markets had posted solid gains earlier in the session after Trump put off a decision about military strikes in Syria, giving investor nerves a welcome break.Although tensions appeared to be easing, few dared to carry positions into the weekend, fearing they may regret it come Monday morning.As investors digested the remarks, it emerged Trump had directed senior aides to explore rejoining the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which he left on becoming president, calling it a U.S. jobs killer.
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