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World stocks down as US, Europe prick growth hopes

May 14, 2010

World stock markets mostly fell Friday as Europe's fiscal austerity measures and stubbornly high unemployment in the U.S. undermined faith in the global economic recovery. Investors initially cheered Monday's announcement of a $1 trillion debt bailout package...

Business - Stock market - Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 - Stocks and Bonds - United States

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