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Stocks start lower; Foot Locker and Deere dive

Stocks are opening with small losses as a steep slump for farm equipment maker Deere hurts industrial companies. Deere fell 7.2% Friday after its third-quarter sales came up short of Wall Street estimates. Banks fell as bond yields continued to decline. Lincoln National lost 1%. Athletic gear retailer...
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