GLOBAL MARKETS-Global stocks sink further as virus fears weigh

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Global stocks sank to their lowest levels in over two months on Tuesday, as relief from a sharp selloff the previous day on fears about the spreading coronavirus proved temporary. European shares recorded their worst one-day loss since June 2016 on Monday as worries about the spread of the new virus far beyond China whacked global markets and risk sentiment. Italy is grappling with the worst outbreak of coronavirus in Europe.

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