(Updates with Dow extending loss) NEW YORK, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Stocks extended losses in late-afternoon trading on Friday, putting market gauges on track to fall for a fifth straight week, after worrisome analyst calls on General Electric Co. and after tobacco giant Philip Morris Cos. Inc. cut its profit outlook. "There are broad worries about the market and the economy," said Edward Hemmelgarn, president of Shaker Investments, which oversees $2.2 billion. "The only correct decision ...
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