U.S. Stocks Post Longest Slump in 1 Month on Europe WoesRita Nazareth and Julia Leite
U.S. stocks fell, giving benchmark indexes the longest slump in more than a month, after a jump in Spanish bond yields above 7 percent intensified concern about Europe’s crisis and as investors awaited Alcoa Inc.’s results.
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