US stocks hit by jitters over security, rates, China


(Updates to early afternoon, changes byline) By Elizabeth Lazarowitz NEW YORK, April 28 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks sank on Wednesday as concerns about international security and rising interest rates, along with worries that China may put the brakes on its booming economy, tempered investors' recent enthusiasm about strong corporate profits. Shares of metals and mining companies were the hardest hit, led by aluminum producer Alcoa Inc. , on concerns that credit restrictions in China, ...

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