Stocks Drop on Consumer Spending Worries
Major U.S. stock indexes ended lower again on Thursday, confirming a growing skittishness among investors worried about a possible recession and the after-shocks of the housing slowdown and subprime crisis. Financial stocks came under pressure again, while concerns about a drop-off in consumer spending revived after some gloomy sales and profit outlooks by retailers.
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