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Stocks are falling after a fresh set of horrible data out of China reignited worries about the global economy

Business Insider Monday, 14 January 2019
Stocks are falling after a fresh set of horrible data out of China reignited worries about the global economy**

· *A fresh set of troublingly poor data out of China has investors running for cover on Monday, with all major stock indexes around the world losing ground on the week's first trading day.*
· *Trade data showed that the value of Chinese imports and exports fell heavily in the year to December.*
· *The news has pushed...
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A fresh set of troublingly poor data out of China has investors running for cover on Monday, with all major stock indexes around the world losing ground on the week's first trading day. Trade data showed that the value of Chinese imports and exports fell heavily in the year to December. The news has...

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