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Global stock markets fell Thursday in the wake of disappointing U.S. and European corporate results while the dollar took its biggest tumble in almost two months after the U.S. Federal Reserve left unclear when it would raise interest rates.Equity markets retreated after Royal Dutch Shell in Europe reported a more than 70 percent fall in quarterly profit that was well below analysts' estimates.U.S. bond prices rose, even after the Fed left interest rates unchanged Wednesday, as expected.Benchmark 10-year Treasury notes gained 1/32 in price to yield 1.5113 percent.Oil prices fell nearly 2 percent, hitting three-month lows.
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