Dow ends 200 points lower, stocks drop Monday after back-to-back gains
U.S. stocks closed lower on Monday, failing to extend robust gains from last week, as technology shares pull back from 2023 highs. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell about 200 points on Monday, or 0.6%, ending near 33,562, according to preliminary FactSet data. That was near the session's low. The S&P 500 index shed 0.2%, giving up earlier gains needed to qualify as having exited bear-market territory. The Nasdaq Composite Index ended 0.1% down. Recent gains have largely come from a small group of technology shares, which have powered the overall stock market higher. Among the group is
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June 05, 2023 16:06 ET (20:06 GMT)
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