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Global Markets: European stocks slump to 21-month low, Wall Street braces

Reuters India Thursday, 11 October 2018 ()
European stocks slumped to a 21-month low on Thursday after Wall Street's worst losses in eight months triggered a surge of global selling that also hit Asia and emerging markets.
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