U.S. Markets Open Higher After Sell-offs In Asia, Europe Amid Tariff Concerns

The Dow was up slightly in early trading. Earlier, Japan's Nikkei dove 4.5 percent, while Shanghai's Composite Index slumped 3.5 percent. Indexes were also down in London, Frankfurt and Paris.

Updated at 10:27 a.m. ET

U.S. stock indexes rose in early trading Friday after markets in Asia and Europe fell in the wake of amid increased fears of a trade war as the White House prepared to impose

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