December 08, 2009 at 19:16 PM EST
Stocks Fall In Higher Volume, Led By Metals, Energy
Stocks tumbled on global jitters that added to the dollar's rebound Tuesday. The NYSE composite shed 1.4%, hurt by gold, steel and oil-related stocks. The index touched its 50-day moving average but closed just above it. The Dow and the S&P 500 fell 1% each, while the Nasdaq lost 0.8%. Chip issues were one bright spot. The Philadelphia semiconductor index ticked up 0.1%, its seventh straight gain. Volume climbed on both major exchanges. That gave
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