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Wall St futures fall after Tokyo slide
Tuesday 13:30 GMT. US and European equity gauges are extending recent losses after Japanese stocks plunged and yields on the country's benchmark bonds turned negative as the global “risk-off” rout hit Asia.
FTSE At 2012 Low Amid World Market Rout  
Japanese stock slide leads global markets lower  
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