NEW YORK, Jan 29 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks tumbled on Thursday, stalling a four-day run-up, as investors worried about the worsening recession, fueling a sell-off in shares of Boeing and other bellwethers. * Exxon Mobil was another top drag after Goldman Sachs took the stock off of a "buy" list, a day before the oil company is set to report results. * The Dow Jones industrial average fell 161.85 points, or 1.93 percent, to 8,213.60. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index dropped 20.78 points, ...
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