U.S. Stocks Stumble as Growth Anxiety Returns; Dollar, Oil ClimbBy and
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U.S. stocks slid to a three-week low as concern that global growth remains tepid sent equities lower from Europe to developing nations. Oil traded near $44 a barrel, while the dollar strengthened for a second day after falling to its lowest point in almost a year.
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