Global Stocks Sink on China, U.S. Growth ConcernsBy and
S&P 500 ends down 1.5%, trimming earlier slide of almost 3%
Treasuries advance with gold, yen as haven assets sought
Stocks were pummeled on the first trading day of the year, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average down as much as 467 points before recouping some of those losses as a selloff in Chinese equities spread amid anxiety over the outlook for global growth.
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