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Stock market down more than 20 percent amid partial government shutdown

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Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin’s call from his Mexican resort vacation to the heads of the US’ six largest banks was meant to be reassuring, but had the opposite effect. Meanwhile, the President hunkered down at the White House and tweeted that he blamed the economy’s troubles on the Federal Reserve.