–DJIA extends losing streak to four sessions
–SP 500, Nasdaq finish higher after late-session rally
–SP 500 narrowly avoids finishing in “correction” territory, or 10% lower than its recent closing high
NEW YORK–A surprise decline in U.S. factory orders weighed on shares of manufacturers and sent the Dow lower for the fourth session in a row, while a late rally pushed other stock benchmarks higher.
Stocks tilted lower shortly after the open following a report that orders for manufactured goods fell in April, versus forecasts for orders to hold steady. They spent most of Monday’s session in the red but …