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Weak industrial earnings drag Wall Street lower

Reuters Thursday, 25 April 2019
U.S. stocks were pulled lower on Thursday by downbeat earnings from industrial companies, including 3M, although strong results from marquee names Facebook and Microsoft kept the tech-heavy Nasdaq afloat.
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A raft of strong US earnings sent the S&P 500 and Nasdaq to record closes on Tuesday. Coca-Cola, United Technologies, Twitter, Hasbro and Lockheed Martin all delivered earnings beats. More than 78% of S&P 500 earnings have beaten Wall Street forecasts this quarter. The rally ended there. Asian and...

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