NEW YORK, March 30 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks slid on Monday as investors booked profits from a recent rally and following the U.S. government's talk of possible bankruptcy at General Motors and Chrysler. * Obama administration replaces GM's CEO. * Spain, Germany and the U.K. act to bolster banks. * KBW bank index slides more than 9 percent. * New York crude oil futures tumble 7.5 percent to around $48.50 per barrel. * The Dow Jones industrial average lost 328.07 points, or 4.22 ...
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