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Trading on Wall Street was subdued on Friday as doubts crept in about a new U.S. stimulus bill, while the S&P 500 hovered below record highs as a swathe of domestic data showed the economy was still smarting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Aggressive stimulus measures have helped the three main U.S. stock indexes bounce from a coronavirus-driven crash in March, and the S&P 500 briefly traded above its Feb. 19 record close for a second straight day on Thursday. "A lot of the economic data points that we will see in the next 2-3 months are definitely going to hinge on not having a stalemate in talks," said David Wagner, portfolio manager and analyst at Aptus Capital Advisors in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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