NEW YORK, Jan 28 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks slid further on Thursday, sending the Nasdaq index down more than 2 percent, as the appetite for riskier assets ebbed and materials and technology shares slumped. * The benchmark S&P 500 broke below the key support level of 1,085, extending its slide from its recent 15-month closing high to 6.2 percent. * Weaker-than-expected data on durable goods and initial jobless claims also fueled uncertainty about the economy's recovery. * The Dow ...
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