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Asian stocks fall in volatile session after historic Wall St. plunge

Reuters Tuesday, 17 March 2020 ()
Asian shares fell on Tuesday in a topsy-turvy session following one of Wall Street's biggest one-day routs in history as headlines about the coronavirus outbreak and its global economic impact whiplashed investor sentiment.
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