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Wall St. opens lower as coronavirus fears may hit Apple sales

Reuters Monday, 10 February 2020
The main U.S. stock indexes opened lower on Monday, dragged down by losses in Apple as analysts predicted a drop in quarterly smartphone sales in China due to retail store closures and production suspensions due to the coronavirus outbreak.
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