Stocks End Third Quarter in the Red
Stocks finished the third quarter on a down note Monday amid persistent worries about weak earnings and economic growth. The major averages recovered from the worst levels of the day, but investors found little reason to buy considering the tough preannouncement season has led to sharply reduced estimates for earnings growth.
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