(Reuters) – U.S. stocks slipped in choppy trading on Wednesday as technology and energy stocks fell, while investors adjusted to a market with greater volatility following wild swings of the past few sessions.

The benchmark S&P 500 edged lower after two days of big moves, including its largest single-day percentage loss in more than six years on Monday.

While Wednesday’s trading lacked the wild swings of the prior two sessions, the Dow industrials moved in a more than 500-point range, more than three times the average daily swing over the

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