The market's August lull nears an end; stocks fall
NEW YORK (AP) – The late-summer lull is about to end.
Stocks fell Thursday, with investors too worried about high gas prices and stagnant employment to be impressed by higher consumer spending.
But trading volume was light, the market's direction was steady, and there wasn't much in the way of major economic news.
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