U.S. stocks fell for the first time in four days, with technology shares bearing the brunt of the selling in a market rattled by a barrage of trade-related headlines. The US Dollar rose. The S&P 500 declined a second week for the first time this year amid speculation U.S.-Chinese trade negotiations reached an impasse after tit-for-tat tariffs soured proceedings. Friday’s slump halted a three-day rally sparked by optimism the two sides would eventually reach a deal. The Nasdaq 100 slid 1%, with chipmakers under pressure a second day after the Trump administration threatened to ban Huawei Technologies Co. products. Ten-year Treasury yields were little change at 2.39%, while the US Dollar rose to around year highs. Oil fell toward $62 a barrel.

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