By Gary Crosse NEW YORK, April 25 (Reuters) - Stocks slumped on Friday while bonds rose as gloomy corporate news and a report showing anemic U.S. economic growth sent investors in search of a safe haven. Gold prices ended lower despite stock investors' disappointment with first-quarter growth in U.S. gross domestic product and the embattled dollar's failure to sustain a morning recovery. In New York, crude oil futures prices fell for the fourth day in a row as a skeptical market ...
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