Stocks Fall as Slump in Oil Drags on Energy ProducersMark Shenk and Rita Nazareth
U.S. stocks fell for a second day, led by commodity producers, as oil plunged on an increase in crude supplies while growth in durable-goods orders trailed estimates. Treasuries fell after demand weakened at an auction.
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