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[BRIEFING.COM] The major averages have continued their retreat with the S&P 500 widening its loss to 0.3%. Elsewhere, small caps have suffered from added pressure as the Russell 2000 trades lower by 0.6%.
The technology sector (+0.2%) continues trading in the green while the remaining nine groups sit below their flat lines. Most notably, the financial sector is now lower by 0.6% with bellwether names Goldman Sachs (GS 171.02, -2.49) and JPMorgan Chase (JPM 58.46, ... More
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