The U.S. stock market traded mixed-to-lower on Monday, as the Dow and other major indexes gave back gains amid high-stakes trade negotiations between the United States and China. DOW SWINGS LOWER The Dow Jones Industrial Average opened 136 points higher on Monday and was up by as much as 190 points through the early morning. The gains, which reflected a strong pre-market session for Dow futures, quickly evaporated as investors braced for a big week. At the time of writing, the blue-chip index was down 18 points, or 0.1%, at 25,087.54. Shares of Pfizer Inc. (PFE), Walt Disney Co (DIS)

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