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Global Stock Markets Retreating More on Friday
Asian, European stock markets plummet again as investors fear world is headed into another recession
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House Fails to Extend Funding for US Federal Government Spending
Bill would have extended funding to keep federal government running until November 18
US Central Bank Mulls Action as Lawmakers Weigh In
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