With investors eagerly awaiting Facebook to start trading today, investors aren't paying as much attention to the overall market as they otherwise might. But regardless of whether IPO-hungry buyers hit the "like" button on Facebook shares, problems in Europe and economic concerns in the U.S. aren't going to solve themselves overnight. As of around 10:45 a.m. EDT, the Dow Jones Industrials
Leading the Dow's losers yet again was JPMorgan Chase
Finally, telecom stocks Verizon
An end to a lousy week
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