The Dow lagged the broader U.S. stock market on Thursday, as earnings anticipation zapped trade volumes and bond yields rose following better than expected jobs data. Dow, Nasdaq Finish Lower All of Wall Street’s major indexes finished well off session lows, though trading activity was subdued for most of the day, mirroring a tepid pre-market for Dow futures. The benchmark Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 80 points, or 0.3%, to 26,077.00. Roughly half of the 30 index members traded in the red. The broad S&P 500 Index pared losses in the final hour of trade, finishing flat at 2,888.32. Losses

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