Global Stocks Drop as Oil Stokes World Growth Angst; Yen ClimbsBy and
S&P 500 falls most since Brexit aftermath amid oil bear market
Asian index futures tip further losses amid haven-asset demand
Investors turned risk averse, sending U.S. stocks to their biggest drop in four weeks amid a selloff in equities from Japan to Europe as oil’s plunge into a bear market rekindled global growth concerns. Gold climbed with the yen amid demand for havens.
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