Stocks set for a sharply lower open on swine flu concerns

U.S. stock futures fell sharply Monday morning as investors worried the outbreak of deadly swine flu could possibly derail a recovery in the global economy.

The Obama administration declared a public health emergency Sunday because of the flu outbreak as the number of suspected cases in the U.S. increased to 20.

More here: Before the bell: Stock futures plummet on swine flu concerns
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