(For full crisis coverage, double click on [nCRISIS]) * WSJ reports some U.S. banks may need more capital * WHO raises pandemic alert level * Flu risk weighs on oil and stocks * Encouraging U.S. data mitigate stock losses By Richard Leong and Malcolm Davidson NEW YORK/LONDON, April 28 (Reuters) - Anxiety over a global flu crisis and the health of some U.S. banks rattled hopes on Tuesday that the financial system was stabilizing, but U.S. and other data suggested confidence was ...
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