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Concerns over a resurgence of COVID-19 saw US equity markets struggle on Friday (19 November) although technology stocks pushed higher – Dow down -269-points or -0.75%, with Boeing Co (down -5,77%) a notable drag. The broader S&P500 eased -0.14%, with Energy (down -3.91%) and Financials (-1.11%) the worst performing primary sectors. Information Technology (up +0.77%) headed the gainers lists. Carriers (United Airlines Holdings fell -2.78% and Delta Air Lines Inc -1.07%) and cruise operators (Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd -2.08% and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd -2.98%) were under pressure. The Nasdaq added +0.40% to log its 46th record closing high of 2021 at 16,057.44. Intuit Inc (up +10.08%) and Micron Technology Inc (+7.80%) were among the best performers on the technology-centric index. The small capitalisation Russell 2000 fell 0.86%.