Stocks Hit Again by War Worries

Investors were discouraged by a stern U.N. weapons inspection report and mixed corporate earnings news

Stocks slipped broadly Monday, as geopolitical tensions outweighed some positive economic data and mixed corporate earnings reports. Investors focused heavy attention on a report from U.N. chief weapons inspector Hans Blix about the progress of arms inspections in Iraq.

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