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S&P 500 limps to slightly lower close as quarter-end looms

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By Stephen Culp NEW YORK (Reuters) – The S&P 500 ended a seesaw session slightly down on Wednesday as investors staggered toward the finish line of a downbeat month, a dismal quarter, and the worst first-half for Wall Street’s benchmark index since President Richard Nixon’s first term. The three major U.S. stock indexes spent much of the session wavering between red and green. The Nasdaq joined the S&P 500, closing nominally lower, while the blue-chip Dow posted a modest gain. “The market’s struggling to find direction,” said Megan Horneman, chief investment officer at Verdence Capital Advisor…

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