U.S. Stocks Drop as Retailers Slump; Yen Falls on Stimulus BetsPaul Armstrong and Inyoung Hwang
U.S. stocks fell for a third day as lawmakers prepared to resume budget talks and retailers slumped after the Christmas holiday. The Japanese yen weakened to the lowest level since September 2010 amid speculation the new government will act to bolster the economy.
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