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Stocks fall as China tries to rein in lending

January 21, 2010

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Anxiety about China’s attempts to slow its economy and disappointing earnings led to another sell-off in stocks. The concern is that China’s drive to clamp down on lending could endanger a global recovery. That helped send the dollar higher and pushed commodity prices lower. The market could get a lift today from better-than-expected results at eBay and Starbucks . (Full article: 59 words)

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