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Stock Market News Update for Tuesday, November 30, 2010

The rocky month of November ended in fittingly turbulent fashion as Wall Street continues to be rattled by global concerns. The markets were moved by a number of conflicting developments on Tuesday, including a 5% selloff for Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) on a European regulatory probe, another plunge for the euro and a five-month high in consumer confidence. Just before the closing bell S&P put Portugal on credit watch negative, bolstering the markets' sovereign debt worries.

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