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Stocks mostly fell in Europe and the United States Tuesday as the previous day's rebound faded, while the dollar slid against its major rivals.Wall Street also moved lower, with the Dow sliding 0.4 percent in late morning trading.All major indexes on Wall Street and in Europe finished more than 1 percent higher Monday.Stock markets have plunged this month, with only brief recoveries, as the yield on U.S. Treasury bonds has risen to four-year highs.Oil prices pushed further lower after the International Energy Agency blamed falling prices on surging crude production in the U.S.
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