Stocks End Lower in Seesaw Session

Late selling tripped up the major indexes. Investors fretted about the global economy, subprime lenders, and stock losses overseas

U.S. stocks finished lower Monday, giving up an early rebound attempt amid a global slump that began in Asia overnight on news China wants to slow economic growth. European stocks were down, as last week's yen "carry trade" position unwinding continued. Worries about the U.S. subprime mortgage industry also weighed on sentiment.

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