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Stocks Are In Decline For Fourth Consecutive Session

Stocks Are In Decline For Fourth Consecutive Session

According to Reuters, the markets on Wall Street are in decline for a fourth consecutive trading session.

The top markets on the New York Stock Exchange have been slowly retreating throughout the week due to concerning economic data.

But this time, news from Europe’s central bank stoked concerns of slowing global economic growth.

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said the global economics are in a period of pervasive weakness and uncertainty, which caused the markets to decline again.

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