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U.S. stocks join global slump after a weak report from China

U.S. stocks are falling Thursday morning, following global markets lower, after China reported a steep drop in exports. Mining and chemical companies and banks are taking some of the largest losses. China is the second-largest economy in the world, and its weakness could slow down growth in the...
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