World markets stumble on worries over U.S., Europe and China

By Frank Ahrens and Howard Schneider

Washington Post Staff Writer

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Growing fears of a double-dip recession, driven by signs of a slowdown in China, worry over the strength of the European banking system and a big drop in U.S. consumer confidence, pushed stocks on Tuesday near their lowest levels of the year.

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