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Wall Street Slides Lower On Tech

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Wall Street Slides Lower On Tech

Wall Street Slides Lower On Tech

According to Reuters, The S&P 500 and Nasdaq fell on Tuesday, as technology stocks pulled back, while concerns about the upcoming U.S.-China trade talks and mixed earnings reports gave little impetus for markets to recover from a slide a day earlier.

Wall Street sold off on Monday as profit alerts from Caterpillar Inc and Nvidia Corp raised fears that a slowdown in China and tariffs could take a bigger hit on profits.

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