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Dow Jones And S&P Court Losses On Valentine's Day

Dow Jones And S&P Court Losses On Valentine's Day

According to Reuters, the Dow Jones and S&P courted losses on Valentine's Day.

Although the Nasdaq Composite managed to make some gains on Feb.

14th, the other markets on Wall Street reported losses on the day.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped four-tenths of a percent, losing 104-points and falling to 25,438.

The S&P 500 dropped 7-points after flirting with gains during the afternoon.

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