By David Yong and Stephen Kirkland, Bloomberg |
November 13, 2013
Stocks fell, with emerging markets extending the longest slump in seven years, and copper declined amid concern policy makers will reduce stimulus. Treasuries gained as 10-year yields at the highest level in eight weeks attracted buyers.
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