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A trader watches his screens at the stock market in Frankfurt, Germany, Thursday, Sept. 22 2011, when the stock index DAX lost about four per cent. (Michael Probst/Michael Probst/AP)
A trader watches his screens at the stock market in Frankfurt, Germany, Thursday, Sept. 22 2011, when the stock index DAX lost about four per cent. (Michael Probst/Michael Probst/AP)

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On Thursday, North American markets plunged, following similar moves by their overseas counterparts, as increasing worries about the global economy and the ability of central banks to respond took a toll on investors.

At the open, the S&P/TSX composite index tumbled 376.24 points to 11,578.76 while the TSX Venture Exchange lost 75.76 points to 1,628.01.



The following is a look at where markets stand now:

The S&P/TSX composite index

The Nasdaq Composite

The Dow Jones industrial Average

The S&P 500

Gold

The Canadian dollar vs the U.S. dollar

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