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World shares bounce after rout, set for worst week since February

Reuters Friday, 12 October 2018
World shares bounce after rout, set for worst week since FebruaryGlobal shares were having their best day in nearly a month on Friday as European and Asian markets recovered from a brutal selloff that still left them set for their worst week since February.
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LONDON (Reuters) - Global shares were having their best day in nearly a month on Friday as European and Asian markets recovered from a brutal selloff that still left them set for their worst week since February. People walk past an electronic board showing Japan's Nikkei average outside a brokerage...

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