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* Trump to restore steel, aluminum import tariffs

* U.S. manufacturing contracts in Nov. for 4th straight month

* Online holiday spending seen hitting record

* Indexes fall: Dow 0.67%, S&P 0.62%, Nasdaq 0.95% (Updates to late afternoon, changes dateline, byline)

By Stephen Culp

Dec 2 (Reuters) – Wall Street retreated on Monday as disappointing U.S. economic data and fresh trade worries dampened investor risk appetite.

All three major U.S. stock averages began the last month of the year in the red, pulling back from last week’s record highs.

“It’s a quiet day as investors recover from Thanksgiving. As investors settle back at their desks,” said David Carter,

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