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Global Gauge Of Stocks Falls Flat Due To Wall Street Losses

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According to Reuters, MSCI's global gauge of equities is up about 14-percent on the year. But troubles on Wall Street have flattened MSCI's all-country world equity index. By the afternoon on April 15th, the top three markets on Wall Street were down about half a percent total. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped to 26,369 for 50-points of losses. The Nasdaq Composite fell 16-points, while the S&P 500 shed about 5-points.

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