By Stephen Kirkland, Lu Wang and Sarah Pringle, Bloomberg |
March 21, 2013
U.S. and European stocks slid, the euro weakened and commodities declined after data showed an unexpected contraction in German manufacturing and Cyprus’s president worked on a new plan to obtain a European bailout.
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