U.S. Stocks Close Little Changed as Apple Drop Offsets Oil Gains

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U.S. stocks ended virtually unchanged after a whipsaw session, after oil staged a rebound to offset losses by Apple Inc., as investors awaited additional economic data for clues on the health of the world’s largest economy.

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