By Chelsea Emery NEW YORK, Sept 26 (Reuters) - A slew of unexpectedly strong U.S. economic data boosted blue chips on Thursday as investors hoped a better outlook for corporate profits would follow, but technology stocks lagged after a dramatic snapback on Wednesday. The data took the edge off fears over the pace of the economic recovery. Orders for durable goods dipped in August, but the drop was smaller than expected. New jobless claims fell for the second straight week, and sales of ...
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