NewsWatch: This ‘Nasdaq whale’ may have helped trigger the stock-market’s brutal rout

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The trigger for a seismic stock-market slump Thursday and Friday that has erased weeks of gains for a frothy U.S. stock market, may have been embattled investment firm SoftBank, according to a report by Financial Times (paywall). See full story.

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