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Global Markets Fuel Concern Over Economy

Global stock markets continue to fall as Japan's main stock index plummeted nearly 10 percent Friday. European indexes followed suit, with main exchanges down from 7.5 percent in London to nearly 10 percent in Germany and France. In the U.S., President Bush made a statment on the crisis in the credit markets that has caused widespread sell-offs on Wall Street.

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