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Global stocks drop as Hong Kong violence rattles investors

Credit: Reuters- Published on November 11, 2019
Shares around the globe fell on Monday, buffeted by escalating violence in Hong Kong that pushed Asian stocks to their worst day since August and stoked demand for the safe-haven yen and gold.
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Credit: Reuters Studio
Published on November 11, 2019 -  02:25
Hong Kong's violence dramatically escalates
A police officer shot a protester at close range on Monday, and another man was set on fire, as Hong Kong's protests intensified. David Doyle reports.

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