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Asian stocks sink after Dow Jones plunge
Asian markets tanked at open on Feb. 6 as a frantic Feb. 5 sell-off in equity markets on Wall Street became global. Japan’s benchmark Nikkei plunged as much as 5.6 percent, its worst day in 15 months.
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