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Markets Roiled on Trump Stance Tensions: Markets Wrap

  • S&P 500 has second worst day of year as Trump hits GOP leaders
  • Terrorist attack in Barcelona adds to unease in global markets
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European Central Bank officials expressed concern that the euro may strengthen beyond what is justified by an improving economy. Bloomberg's Paul Gordon reports on 'Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas.' (Source: Bloomberg)

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A sense of growing unease gripped financial markets as President Donald Trump exacerbated the controversy sparked by a racist rally in Virginia and terrorists struck a crowded street in Barcelona.