U.S. stocks fell this week, dragging the Dow Jones Industrial Average below 10,000, as lower-than- estimated jobs growth and a worsening government debt crisis in Europe fueled concern the global economic recovery will slow.
"The Chinese PMI data is clearly weighing on the emerging markets."
- Alan Gayle on Nov 20, 2014
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