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Russian attack on Ukraine makes it more likely stocks will fall into a bear market

A trader works at the New York Stock Exchange.
Bryan R Smith | Reuters

The chances of U.S. stocks falling into a bear market — down at least 20% from a recent high — have risen sharply after Russia's attack on Ukraine.

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