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- NTSB: Asiana captain worried about visual landing11:03 AM ET | AP
- Health care signups pick up pace in November11:02 AM ET | AP
- Md. gas drilling damage compensation fund proposed10:59 AM ET | AP
- Peugeot and Dongfeng agree deal outline: FT10:58 AM ET | Reuters
- Autohome ADRs surge in trading debut10:58 AM ET | AP
- Avon to stop order management technology roll-out; cuts 650 jobs10:57 AM ET | Reuters
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- 10:30 ET Jan crude oil futures spike following weekly EIA crude oil inventory data. Jan crude oil is now --0.5% at $98.04/barrel
- 10:27 ET Dollar index just spiked higher, helping weigh on select commodities. Crude oil prices are near its session low, which was just recently hit, just ahead of the weekly EIA inventory data
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[BRIEFING.COM] The major averages hover near their lows as notable losses among influential sectors weigh on the broader market. The decline does not appear to be news-driven, but rather the result of broad-based profit-taking.
Even though the largest sector-technology-outperforms with a modest loss of 0.1%, two other top-weighted groups-health care and financials-hold losses close to 1.0% apiece.
The technology sector outperforms with the largest component, Apple (AAPL ... More
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