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Wall St. slips from record levels at open on fears over new coronavirus case count

Reuters Thursday, 13 February 2020
Wall Street's main indexes slipped from record highs at the open on Thursday as a sharp increase in the number of deaths and cases related to the coronavirus outbreak in China sent investors scurrying for safe-haven assets.
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