U.S. Stocks Drop as Dollar's Plunge Boosts Commodities to BondsBy and
S&P 500 slides as investor Icahn says he sold Apple stake
Yen jumps as BOJ unexpectedly stands pat on stimulus
Stocks fell from Tokyo to New York as central banks showed little will to step up support for flagging economies amid disappointing corporate results. The dollar tumbled the most in six weeks.
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