Emerging-Market Stocks Drop Amid Europe Debt Cris WorriesZachary Tracer, Jason Webb and Stephen Gunnion
Emerging-market stocks fell for the first time in four days as concern that Europe’s debt crisis is worsening dimmed the outlook for global growth, offsetting an increase in U.S. retail sales that was larger than forecast.
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