Stocks Fall as General Electric's Nosedive Drags on Dow, Apple Slumps

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Stocks Fall as General Electric's Nosedive Drags on Dow, Apple Slumps

Stocks fell on Tuesday, Nov. 14, as investors turned their attention from corporate concerns to Capitol concerns. With earnings season nearing its end, markets continued to grapple with uncertainty over the fate of U.S. tax legislation. While the three ...

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