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LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks hovered near one-month highs on Wednesday as an expected U.S. interest rate rise and risks of a fresh outbreak of trade tensions between China and the United States overshadowed a generally benign political and economic backdrop. Wall Street appeared set for a modestly firmer open, potentially building on the previous session's gains, which were fueled by buoyant mergers and acquisitions activity among media and telecoms firms . SPX IXIC . ESC1.

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