U.S. blue chips head to fifth down week; techs rise

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(Updates to midday) By Denise Duclaux NEW YORK, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Blue chips fell on Friday on worries over profit growth at giants like General Electric Co. and Philip Morris Cos. Inc. , but technology stocks eked out gains as professional investors dressed up portfolios for the quarter's end. Analysts cut earnings estimates and investment opinions on GE after a closer look at the conglomerate's numbers revealed weak spots. Philip Morris, the world's No. 1 cigarette maker, slashed ...

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