Foreign stocks plunge anew; GCI closes down 7%

Stock markets in Asia and here in Europe opened lower early today, as the collapse of Lehman Brothers and takeover of Merrill Lynch spurred fears of a global financial crisis, the Associated Press is now reporting. These renewed fears came a day after Gannett shares closed at $16.62, down $1.21, or 6.9%. U.S. stock markets resume trading at 9:30 a.m. ET today.

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