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Dow Closes Down 52

Major US stock indexes closed modestly lower Monday, with some of the biggest declines coming in oil and gas companies as energy prices turned lower, the AP reports. Companies that rely on consumer spending also lost ground. Utilities and telecom stocks, which pay large dividends, bucked the downward trend as...
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