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Topic - Brad Sorensen
Weak earnings from Pfizer and other companies held back major market indexes on Tuesday as the Standard & Poor's 500 flipped between slight gains and losses.
The San Diego Chargers have taken quarterback Brad Sorensen of Southern Utah in the seventh round of the NFL draft.
Stocks fell on Wall Street Friday after the government reported that U.S. employers added the fewest jobs in nine months in March and more people gave up looking for work.
Stock indexes crept lower in midday trading Friday, putting the Dow Jones industrial average on track for its first weekly loss following two weeks of gains.
Wall Street edged higher Wednesday following reports that the International Monetary Fund could get more cash to help countries struggling to manage their debt.
"People are probably taking a breath today," he said. "We're waiting for some more important events to happen later in the week."
Brad Sorensen, director of market research at the brokerage Charles Schwab, said that trading likely would be quiet Tuesday except for companies reporting earnings.