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Global stocks slumped Monday over fears that Greece may be heading for a eurozone exit, with the single currency area's debt-laden nations and banking equities hardest hit.In Europe, markets closed in the red, with Frankfurt's DAX 30 losing 3.56 percent to 11,083.20 points, the CAC 40 in Paris shedding 3.74 percent to 4,869.82 points and London's benchmark FTSE 100 index of top companies falling 1.97 percent to 6,620.48 points.Deutsche Bank tumbled 5.81 percent, Banco Santander plunged 6.70 percent, BCP sank 11.11 percent, and Italy's Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS) lost 10.24 percent.Hong Kong tumbled 2.61 percent, while Shanghai – which rose 2.5 percent in early trading – ended down 3.34 percent.
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