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U.S. stocks stumble on fears of looming recession

Reuters Wednesday, 14 August 2019
Wall Street stumbled on Wednesday as investors fled equities for safe-haven assets, seeking shelter amid gathering signs that a recession could be on the horizon.
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Dow Plummets More Than 700 Points on Recession Worries. On Wednesday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by 729 points. Fears of a recession are thought to have caused the slide. Recession fears were caused by reports that the German economy — Europe's strongest — contracted 0.1% in the second...

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