Markets Tumble on Portuguese Bank Woes

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Worries over the financial health of a major Portuguese lender spooked global markets Thursday, drubbing shares in southern Europe and sending U.S. stocks tumbling at the open. WSJ's David Enrich and Paul Richards, UBS North America managing director, join MoneyBeat.



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