November kicks off on down note

November kicks off on down note
Rebecca Howard
A bleak picture for tech stocks coupled with US-election jitters will cast a pall over the domestic market today, with PushPay, Vista Group and Eroad looking particularly vulnerable.The Nasdaq Composite shed 2.5 percent in the US on Friday as Twitter fell 21 percent on its slowest user growth in years. Apple fell 5.6 percent on disappointing quarterly iPhone sales and Facebook, Amazon.com, Tesla and Netflix were all down more than 5 percent.The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 0.6 percent while the S&P500 ended down 1.2 percent.US election...

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