NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. stocks declined slightly on Friday as warnings about Greece kept investors cautious before a three-day holiday weekend, with shares likely to drift lower into the close. Volume was light ahead of the Memorial Day holiday weekend. The market had a defensive tilt, with slight gains in less economically sensitive sectors such as healthcare, utilities, consumer staples and telecom services offsetting weakness in materials, energy and industrial shares. …
Wall Street slips on Greek caution before long weekend
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