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Wall Street Stocks Slip Due To Nike Ads


According to Reuters, US stocks fell on the first trading day after Labor Day. Led by loses for tech stocks, Nike was also trading down, which dragged on the Dow Jones. For tech stocks, Alphabet, Facebook, Twitter, and Snap were all trading down, losing between 1.4 and 3.8 percent each. Those loses contributed to a half-percent drop for the S&P's tech index. But negative reactions to Nike's ad campaign with Colin Kaepernick led to a 2.7-percent decline for the athletic apparel company. By 1 p.m.

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