Financial Crisis Deepens As Asian Markets Falter
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Financial Crisis Deepens As Asian Markets Falter

The British government has announced a plan to partially nationalize eight of its largest banks. The pricetag is 87 billion dollars. This move comes as Asian markets faltered in early trading on Wednesday. Stocks in Japan fell more than 9%. Video by AP

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