By Phil Berlowitz NEW YORK, April 27 (Reuters) - U.S. blue-chip stocks rose on Tuesday, lifted by earnings reports and economic data, but technology shares fell on weakness in large telecommunications equipment makers. Crude oil rose on worries over possible supply disruptions due to fighting in the Middle East and as gasoline hit highs on strong U.S. demand. Prices of U.S. Treasuries gained on fear of fallout from explosions in Syria and more combat in Iraq. The bond market shrugged ...
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