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NEW YORK (AP) - Wall Street has plunged again as investors grow
increasingly fearful about more turmoil in the financial system even after the government's bailout of insurer American International Group Inc.
The market's losses were nearly on pace with those seen in Monday's nosedive and investors sought the safety of hard assets and government debt. Gold, oil and short-term Treasurys soared.
The Federal Reserve is giving a two-year, $85 billion loan to AIG in exchange for a nearly 80 percent stake in the company after it lost billions in the risky business of insuring against bond defaults. But the move has failed to reassure investors.
The Dow Jones industrials ended down 447 points at the 10,612 level.
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