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NEW YORK closed lower Tuesday following new worries about Europes debt problems. Treasury prices rose and gold settled at a new high as investors sought out safe assets. stocks followed European markets lower after news reports said banks in Europe may have more risky government debt on their books than was disclosed during stress tests earlier this year. That could mean fees from regulators and more capitalraising by the banks to bolster their balance sheets.



The soundness of stress tests are, and continue to be, in question, said Brian OReilly, president of the Collingwood Group. Uncertainty about the tests could be a drag on the market until European regulators provide some more transparency about exactly what figures were included in the test, OReilly said.



The reports renewed worries about European government debt, which had flared up earlier this year following a fiscal crisis in Greece that spread to other weak European economies and helped bring stocks down worldwide. and China. The better economic news helped the market end higher for the week, breaking three straight weeks of losses.



Many investors still have faith the economy is growing, but the pace of that growth is in question. Economic reports have been inconsistent, leaving traders overreacting to every bit of news, said James Angel, professor of finance at Georgetown Universitys McDonough School of Business.



What its going to take to keep a rally going is more good news, said Angel said.



The Dow Jones industrial average fell 107.24 points, or 1.0 percent, to close at 10,340.69.



Broader jeans outlet online index jeans outlet online es also fell, making for a weak start to a week shortened by the Labor Day holiday on Monday. Th jeans outlet online e Standard Poors 500 index lost 12.67, or 1.1 percent, to 1,091.84, while the Nasdaq composite index fell 24.86, or 1.1 percent, to 2,208.89.



About three stocks fell for every one that rose on the New York Stock Exchange, where consolidated volume was very light at 3.2 billion shares.



Volume often starts to pick back up after Labor Day when traders return from summer vacations. But Brian Peardon, a wealth adviser at Harrison Financial Group, said many investors might continue to stay out of the market even when they get back because of uncertainty about the global economy.



Its very tough for the public to decipher whats happening, Peardon said.



Uncertain investors continue to pour money into Treasurys. The yield on the 10year Treasury note, which moves opposite its price, fell to 2.60 percent from 2.71 percent late Friday. Its yield is often used as a gauge to set interest rates on mortgages and other consumer loans.



Gold also rose as investors took money out of stocks and sought out other assets seen as having more stable value. Gold for December delivery rose $8.20 to settle at $1,259.30 an ounce.



Shares of Swiss bank UBS dropped 53 cents, or 2.9 percent, to $17.52. Spanish bank Banco Santander fell 48 cents, or 3.8 percent, to $12.20.



Barclays fell $1.15, or 5.7 percent, to $19.13. The British bank also announced Robert E. Diamond Jr., who built the companys global investment bank, will take over as CEO next year. jeans outlet online

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