Globe and Mail
S&P 500 down for 4th day of five, Groupon up late
By Chuck Mikolajczak | NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stocks fell on Monday as investors dealt with the one-two punch of worsening political upheaval in the euro zone and the possibility that China's economy may be softening more than previously thought.
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