(Updates to midday) By Denise Duclaux NEW YORK, Dec 23 (Reuters) - Technology stocks held slim gains at midday on Tuesday on new evidence of a strengthening economy, but blue chips eased as buying petered out during the last full trading day before Christmas. "As we get deeper into the day, market participants are doing less and less," said Angel Mata, managing director of listed equity trading at Legg Mason Wood Walker. "The market is going to deteriorate." Trading floors were quiet ...
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