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[BRIEFING.COM] Recent action saw the key indices inch to fresh lows for the session. Including today's decline of 0.8%, the S&P 500 is lower by 0.5% so far in September. Despite the loss for the month, the benchmark index has fared a bit better than its higher-beta peers. On that note, the Nasdaq has given up 1.3% so far this month, while the Russell 2000 is down 3.7% for the month. Elsewhere, the price-weighted Dow (-0.5%) trades ahead of the broader market today and is up 0.6% for the ... More
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