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[BRIEFING.COM] Recent action saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average (-0.1%) join the Nasdaq (-0.7%) and S&P 500 (-0.2%) in the red.
The technology sector (-0.6%) has seen some additional selling with top-weighted names extending their losses. Elsewhere, financials (+0.2%) continue showing relative strength while energy and industrials have returned to their flat lines.
Even though the industrial sector is now flat, transports have not surrendered all of their gains. The Dow ... More
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