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Tech stocks help S&P inch higher, Home Depot weighs on Dow

Reuters Tuesday, 26 February 2019
The S&P 500 eked out gains on Tuesday, boosted by technology sector, but losses in consumer discretionary shares including Home Depot and Discovery kept the Dow Industrials and the Nasdaq in check.
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According to Reuters, The S&amp;P 500 eked out gains on Tuesday, boosted by technology sector, but losses in consumer discretionary shares including Home Depot and Discovery kept the Dow Industrials and the Nasdaq in check.

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