Stocks Fall as Consumer Confidence Dips
U.S. stock indexes closed lower Tuesday as weaker-than-expected consumer confidence data offset a better-than-expected profit posted by Walgreen (WAG) and fresh signs of stabilization in the housing market. The market's pullback erased some of the gains from Monday's M&A-inspired rally and came as investors squared positions with an eye on the end of the third quarter.
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