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A slide in Apple Inc. shares deepened Monday, putting the iPhone maker on track for its worst month in more than a decade as the recent technology rout continued. The world’s most-valuable public company fell 4% to $185.86, bringing the stock down 15.1% in November and on pace for its largest one-month drop since September 2008. Shares are now 19.9% below their Oct. 3 peak. Apple flirted for much of the day with a bear market, generally defined as a decline of 20% or more from a recent peak. The level for Apple came when the…