HONG KONG, Sep 18 (Reuters) Asian stocks listed on Wall Street <.BKAS> fell 0.9 percent with financial shares under pressure amid increasing worries that the turmoil in the credit markets would spread.
This came as thousands of depositors queued to withdraw their savings from Britain's mortgage lender Northern Rock
Bank shares including HSBC Holdings
The three major U.S. stock gauges fell with the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index <.IXIC> additionally hit by a decisive antitrust ruling against Microsoft Corp
MSCI's measure of Asia Pacific stocks excluding Japan <.MIAPJ0000PUS> slid nearly 1 percent on Monday on credit concerns, but remained just 4.2 percent below its all-time high set on July 24.
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