(Updates to early afternoon, changes byline) By Vivian Chu NEW YORK, April 26 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks stuck close to unchanged in quiet trading on Monday, as investors sifted through a slew of earnings and awaited the release of economic indicators later this week for more clues on the economy. Boeing Co. lent support to the blue-chip Dow, after the aerospace company said it received a large plane order from a Japanese airline. But weakness in Microsoft Corp. dragged the ...
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