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[BRIEFING.COM] The S&P 500 (-0.2%) has slid to a new low in a move that was reflected across most sectors. At this juncture, the financial sector (+0.4%) continues to hold up relatively well while energy and industrials have returned to their flat lines.
On the downside, health care (-0.8%) remains at the bottom of the leaderboard while the largest S&P 500 sector-technology (-0.4%)-follows not far behind.
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