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Midday report: crude alls below $50 on inventories Increase; U.S. stocks drop

Stocks bottomed out at session lows as weak trade data reignited worries over growth in China's economy. Exports in September fell at a pace three times what analysts had forecast. Crude oil prices slumped after a weekly read on U.S. inventories showed the first increase in six weeks. Analysts expected an increase a fraction of the size. Mounting domestic supply has been just one of the concerns keeping commodity traders at bay.
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