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Asian shares slump; gold, oil soar after Iran strike on U.S. forces

Reuters Wednesday, 8 January 2020
Asian shares and U.S. treasury yields plunged on Wednesday, while gold and oil shot higher after Iran fired rockets at an Iraqi airbase that hosts U.S. military forces, stoking fears of further sharp escalations in a developing conflict.
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