(Updates to official close) By Haitham Haddadin NEW YORK, April 25 (Reuters) - Stocks fell more than 1 percent on Friday, giving back this week's strong gains as gloomy corporate news and a report showing anemic U.S. economic growth put investors in a selling mood. "Stocks are stuck in profit-taking mode as weak economic and earnings reports bring some more position paring at the week's end," Bryan Piskorowski, an analyst at Prudential Securities, said. The economy grew at a less ...
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