Stocks Drop Worldwide as Oil, Dollar Surge After Egypt ProtestsRita Nazareth and Inyoung Hwang
Stocks worldwide plunged the most since November, crude oil posted the biggest jump since 2009 and the dollar rose versus the euro after protesters posed the biggest challenge to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s 30-year rule. Egypt’s dollar bonds sank, pushing yields to a record.
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