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Stocks slip and oil rises; Walmart drops on lackluster guidance

U.S. stocks moved lower Thursday, despite a fall in weekly jobless claims. The number of people filing for unemployment benefits fell 5,000 to 249,000 this week, pushing the four-week average down by 3,000. Oil prices broke $50 a barrel for the first time in four months as fresh data showed U.S. crude inventories continuing to decline. Video provided by TheStreet        
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