(Updates to close) NEW YORK, April 25 (Reuters) - Stocks ended lower on Friday afternoon, giving back more of this week's strong gains, as dour corporate news and a report showing anemic U.S. economic growth hit investor sentiment. "Stocks are slip sliding away today as investors wring their hands over a number of concerns, ranging from a less-than-encouraging GDP report to the worldwide SARS epidemic," noted Tom Reynolds, analyst with market advisory Schaeffer's Investment Research, in ...
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