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The Standard Poors 500 ended a shortened trading week down 0.7 percent. Though modest compared to the scary drops last year, its the worst since the week ended Dec. 16, 2011.

Stock trading will be closed for the Good Friday holiday.

Investors sold stocks Thursday on fears that Spain may have trouble paying back its debt after a key interest rate on Spanish government bonds rose to the highest point since November. Bank Wealth Management. Were hopeful that its debt will be manageable, but were not sure.

The S 500 fell 0 designer handbags outlets online .88 point Thursday to close at 1,398.08. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 14.61 points to 13,060.14. The Nasdaq composite rose 12.41 points to 3,080.50.

The Dow and S fell right after the opening bell, then turned up briefly before dropping again.

The selling appeared to be tempered by a Labor Department report early Thursday that the number of people seeking jobless benefits fell to a fouryear low.

The selling came after the Dow had dropped nearly 125 points a day earlier, its worst decline in a month. That was triggered by minutes from the Federal Reserves last meeting suggesting that the central bank didnt plan any more steps to push interest rates lower.

The selloff yesterday was a little overdone, a reaction to how far we came for the quarter, and how fast, said Brian Lazorishak, a portfolio manager at Chase Investment Counsel. For the first three months of the year, the three major indexes were up 8 percent or more, the best start to a year since the great bull market of the 1990s.

Spain has become the latest point of concern in Europes debt crisis. Investors are concerned over the ability of the countrys government to push through costcutting programs at a time when its economy appears to be heading for another recession.

Yields on 10year Span designer handbags outlets online ish bonds rose 0.08 percentage point to 5.74 percent, the highest level since November and a sign that investors are less confident in the countrys finances.

The fear among investors is that if Spains borrowing costs climb too high, the country will have to follow Greece, Portugal and Ireland and seek outside help to pay its bills. Those three countries got bailouts after their borrowing rates rose above 7 percent.

Worries over Europe drove the dollar to a threeweek high against the euro. The euro is trading at $1.31. It was worth $1.33 on March 30.

Seven of the ten industry sectors in the S 500 index fell Thursday. Telecommunications companies dropped the most, 1.6 percent. Consumer discretionary companies rose 0.7 percent.

Bed Bath Beyond jumped nearly 9 percent, the most in the S 500, after the retailer reported a 25 percent surge in fourthquarter profit, far more than analysts were forecasting. Sales at stores open for at least a year rose 6.8 percent, well above Wall Streets estimate of 3.8 percent.

More stocks fell than rose on the New York Stock Exchange. Volume was light at 3.3 billion shares.

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