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Closing Bell: 07.27.07

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The Market slipped again today in spite of Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson’s positive comments on quickening growth in the US economy. Stocks closed at the at lowest point in today’s session, after a last minute sell-off.
Nine of the ten S&P 500 sectors traded down today. The Dow dropped 207.20, or 1.54% to 13266.37; the Nasdaq Composite Index fell 13.84, or .53% to 2585.50; and the S&P 500 fell 23.59 or 1.59% to 1459.07. JP Morgan Chase traded up. Volatility is their friend.
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