By Ian Sayson and Maria Levitov, Bloomberg |
February 21, 2013
Emerging-market stocks fell the most in seven months, erasing 2013 gains after Federal Reserve minutes sparked concern the U.S. may curtail stimulus and declining commodity prices dragged producers lower.
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