CLIMB, INTERRUPTED: Stocks fell for the first time in four trading sessions and one day after the Dow Jones industrial average passed 13,000 for the first time in nearly four years.
GREEK WEEK: Some investors worried about the details of a debt deal reached for Greece this week. Mostly, analysts said, investors were in a holding pattern after seeing the market hit an important psychological mark.
NARROW-MINDED: The Dow traded in a range of just 63 points on lighter-than-average volume. Over the past year, it has had smaller trading ranges on only nine other days. The average daily range over that time has been 181 points.
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