NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks dipped on Thursday as retail sales rose solidly in November, adding to signs the economy is strong enough for the Federal Reserve to begin reducing the pace of monetary stimulus.Profit-taking also played a part in the market's decline, while a view that Wall Street has gone too long without a correction was seen keeping traders poised to sell."Year-end ...
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