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The crisis in Europe will inevitably spill over to markets around the world. It's impossible to ignore the interconnected nature of the global economy, and for the Dow, many of the components have huge footprints in foreign markets. So, focusing on the industrial Dow companies like 3M, Caterpillar, GE, and Boeing, which ones are most heavily exposed to Europe? Should the crisis in Spain be of utmost concern for investors? For further insight, watch the video below.
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