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GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks fall after N.Korea says U.S. declared war; euro slips

Stocks on Wall Street added to earlier losses while U.S. government bond yields dropped after North Korea accused the United States of having declared war on the isolated country, while the euro fell after German elections showed support for Chancellor Angela Merkel's party fell to its lowest since 1949.

EMERGING MARKETS-EM stocks fall the most in four months after German elections

Emerging-market stocks on Monday posted their biggest daily loss in four months after elections in Germany sparked fresh concerns over the future of the Europe's economic integration. German Chancellor Angela Merkel secured a fourth term but saw support for her conservatives fall unexpectedly to the lowest level since 1949. Voters flocked to the anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD), the country's first far-right party in pa

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Trump blasts NFL for anthem protests, says not about race

BOSTON U.S. President Donald Trump kept up his verbal battle with the National Football League over players who drop to one knee during the national anthem, saying on Monday their acts of protest had nothing to do with racism. | Video