According to Reuters, equity markets in the US and Europe are trading up after the Trump administration announced a delay to proposed import tariffs on cars. On May 15th, Europe's Stoxx 600 index rose about half a percent, but the European automotive and supplier indexes spiked by 2-percent. On Wall Street, the top three markets on the New York Stock Exchange also gained at least half a percent each. The Nasdaq Composite led gains on the day, rising over 1-percent and picking up about 88-points.

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