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stocks fell, pulling the Standard Poor 500 Index down from a twomonth high, as the White House said it would veto a Republican budget plan and housing starts decreased.

An index of homebuilders lost 1.9 percent, while Alcoa Inc. fell 2.9 percent as Moody Investors Service placed the aluminum producer under review for a credit downgrade. General Motors Co. jumped 7.9 percent on plans to purchase 200 million shares from the government. Oracle Corp. gained 3 percent after profit and sales beat estimates. Knight Capital Group Inc. rose 6.3 percent after agreeing to be bought by Getco LLC. in New York. The benchmark index has gained 15 percent so far this year. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped 7.31 points, or 0.1 percent, to 13,343.65 today. His firm oversees $250 billion. move over the last few days has been supported by optimism that a deal will be reached by yearend. However, so far today we seeing a bit of caution as Congressional leaders remain at different ends on several key issues. retreated as White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer said President Barack Obama would veto a tax and spending proposal presented by House Speaker John Boehner because it would put big a burden on the middle class. B would see a tax break of $50,000, while eliminating tax cuts that 25 million students and families struggling to make ends meet depend on, Pfeiffer said in a statement. It also would cut Medicare, he said.

The House may vote tomorrow on Boehner B, which would raise tax rates on income over $1 million, rather than the $400,000 threshold the president proposed in his latest offer.

General Electric Co. slipped 2.4 percent, the secondmost in the Dow, to $21.17. telephone company, decreased 0.7 percent to $34.12. equities fell.

Ten of 11 stocks in an S gauge of homebuilders retreated. fell 3 percent to a 861,000 annual rate from a revised 888,000 annual pace in October, the Commerce Department reported today in Washington. The median estimate of 85 economists surveyed by Bloomberg called for a drop to 872,000.

Disappointment S reached its highest level in two months yesterday amid signs of progress in efforts by Obama and Republicans to reach agreement on a new budget in Washington.

stock market has rallied in anticipation tha online shopping outlet t a deal on the fiscal cliff will be reached soon, Jeffrey Saut, chief investment strategist at Raymond James Associates in St. Petersburg, Florida, wrote in an email today. His firm oversees $350 billion. ought to be some disappointment if it becomes clear that it not going to happen, he said. theory, an agreement could be reached and signed into law after Christmas, but that unlikely. There simply not enough time to iron out the details.

GM surged 7.9 percent to $27.50. Treasury as part of the department plan to sell its entire holding of GM stock within 15 months. At $27.50 a share, the transaction, which is expected to close by the end of the year, provides a 7.9 percent premium over yesterday closing price. The Treasury plans to begin selling its remaining shares as soon as January, the company said.

Oracle gained 3 percent to $33.80. The largest database software supplier reported fiscal secondquarter sales and profit that topped analysts estimates on growing demand for Internetbased software.

Profit excluding some items was 64 cents a share on adjusted revenue of $9.11 billion, the Redwood City, California based company said yesterday. That compares with analysts average projection for profit of 61 cents on sales of $9.02 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

Knight Capital added 6.3 percent to $3.54. The company, pushed to the brink of bankruptcy in August by a trading error, chose Getco proposal yesterday over a competing offer from Virtu Financial LLC, three people with direct knowledge of the matter said yesterday. The Chicagobased highfrequency trader offered $3.75 a share for Knight, onethird of it in stock, for a total price of $1.4 billion, according to a statement from Knight today.

First Solar Inc., the world biggest thinfilm solar manufacturer, added 1.6 percent to $32.52. Bank of America Corp. analysts raised their shareprice target for the company to $35 from $30, saying that rapid declines in crystalline solar module prices are over for the medium term and the company will remain competitive with C online shopping outlet hinese rivals.

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