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Social Media Slowdown Drags Down Stocks

Social media stocks took a pounding as reports indicated a weakening in their growth trajectory. This dragged down the overall stock market a bit less than 1% (technology and small company stocks fared worse). It could have been worse save a rally on Friday.

Another contributor to the malaise was a very disappointing report on first-quarter U.S. gross domestic product (GDP), yet another sign that domestic economic growth may be slowing. Wall Street will be paying closer-than-usual attention to the monthly economic indicators that come out this week, culminating in Friday’s unemployment rate.

(May 4)

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