U.S. Stocks Down, Major Selloff on Wall Street

Jan. 27 -- U.S. stocks fell, paring earlier declines, as a slide in durable-goods orders and disappointing results from Caterpillar to Microsoft heightened concern over the economy’s strength. Treasuries climbed with gold. Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu reports on “Bloomberg West.”

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