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Global Stocks, US Futures Fall Pressured By Pound "Flash Crash" Ahead Of Payrolls

U.S. equity index futures fell, with European, Asian stocks also declining before the September payrolls data, following the stunning 2-minute "flash crash" meltdown in sterling which plunged as much as 6.1%, the most since Brexit and is set for its biggest weekly loss since 2009. Sterling tumbled 2.1% to $1.2346, after earlier reaching $1.1841, the lowest since March 1985.
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