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Asian stocks slip as virus' global impact puts markets on edge

Reuters Thursday, 20 February 2020
Asian stocks eased and currency markets were skittish on Thursday, as virus cases rose in South Korea and Japan even as China added more stimulus via a rate cut to support its economy.
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