The Dow Jones Industrial Average extended its hot streak on Thursday, closing at a record for a tenth session in a row while the Nasdaq Composite logged its first back-to-back decline of the year, weighed down by big losses in Nvidia Corp.
and Tesla Inc.
shares. The Dow
rose 34 points, or 0.2%, to end at 20,810 and the The S&P 500
edged up about a point to close at 2,363. The Nasdaq
shed 25 points to finish at 5,835.
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Dow logs 10th straight record, but Nasdaq stumbles a second day