A sign for Wall Street is seen just outside the New York Stock Exchange.(Photo: Timothy A. Clary, AFP/Getty Images)
NEW YORK (AP) - Wall Street couldn't muster the means to drive stocks higher last week. Now, the question is whether the risks associated with the "fiscal cliff" could put the market in for a larger swing, depending on the outcome of the political process in Washington.
In Friday action, the Dow fell 36 points to 13,135. The S&P slipped 6 points to 1,414. The Nasdaq composite lost 21 points to 2,971. Declining Apple shares weighed on the tech sector.
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