So much for a winning streak. For a while, the stock market looked like it would make it two days in a row, with a nice gain early in the day. But later in the day, investors apparently chose to focus on more troubling issues like the sovereign debt crisis, and in doing so pulled share prices down. By the end of the day, the Nasdaq Composite
A few Dow stocks deserve particular blame for the pullback. Alcoa
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