The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied back from a triple-digit deficit in late trading Monday but still closed off 6.74 points to finish at 12,653.72. Nagging Eurozone worries and disappointing consumer spending figures for December were largely to blame.

The Nasdaq shed 4.61 points to close at 2,811.94 while the S&P 500 trimmed 3.32 points to end at 1,313.01.

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