Wall Street knocked lower by Ukraine tensions, Boeing crash

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By Devik Jain and Bansari Mayur Kamdar (Reuters) – Wall Street’s main indexes fell in choppy trade on Monday, as rising tensions over the Russia-Ukraine conflict weighed on megacap stocks and Boeing shares fell after a 737-800 jet crashed in China. Russia’s foreign ministry said it had summoned U.S. Ambassador John Sullivan to tell him that remarks by President Joe Biden about his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin had pushed bilateral ties to the brink of collapse. Technology and consumer discretionary shares fell the most after a solid rally last week. Megacap growth names Alphabet Inc, Amaz…

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