Stock market news live updates: Stocks extend losses after Snap outlook spurs sell-off in tech shares

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U.S. stocks were mostly lower Tuesday after social media giant Snap Inc. (SNAP) logged its biggest one-day drop on record and dragged down shares of technology peers. The Nasdaq Composite tumbled 2.3% to its lowest close since November 2020 following an economic warning from the social media platform that sent the company’s stock down 43%…

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