Sometimes, portions of the stock market seem to be moving in different directions. Today was a good example, where the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite gained nearly half a percent, and the broader S&P managed to eke out a smaller gain. But when you turn to the Dow Jones Industrials
Several Dow stocks did their part to hold the average back today. Intel
Another victim of Buffett-cutting was Kraft Foods
Get back up
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