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Markets On Wall Street Fall Flat On The Day

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Markets On Wall Street Fall Flat On The Day

Markets On Wall Street Fall Flat On The Day

According to Reuters, preliminary closing numbers suggest the markets on Wall Street ended the day trading flat.

For April 17th, the top markets on the New York Stock Exchange lost a few points each.

The S&P 500 led losses, dropping almost 7-points.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 2.5-points, while the Nasdaq Composite shed 4-points.

Stocks were buoyed from losses by positive corporate earnings and economic data from the United States and China.

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