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RPT-BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: Off balance

(Repeats from Friday, no changes to text. Adds chart) ** S&P 500 stumbles 2.3% while juggling recession fears, reopening hopes, and renewed trade tensions ** Indeed, the Nasdaq 100 has been in the thick of it , while the SPX has double-top risk ** Thrust has been waning, but in the end, the S&P 500 is still corralled by a Fibo fence ** Nearly every sector loses its bearings: Energy and real estate wobble most, while just healthcare is sure-footed ** Real estate plunges 7.3%. Simon Property Group loses ~12% as Wall Street says significant uncertainties remain as major mall tenants struggle to stay afloat ** Industrials slump 5.9%. Diversified industrials, defense stocks fall as President Trump's comments renew worries over China-U.S. trade tensions ** Financials fade 5.7%. Big banks track drop in yields as Fed chief Powell warns of prolonged recession . S&P 500 Banks index tumbles 9% BlackRock Inc's stock steadies as its top investor PNC Financial Services cashes out, this as massive secondary offering dominates deal deluge ** Consumer staples sag 1.5%. But packaged food cos green in a sea of red. General Mills adds ~5% on strong outlook as stockpiling continues ** Tech down 1.5%. Chip stocks drop Fri on Reuters report Trump administration cuts off China's Huawei from suppliers. Philly chip index loses >4% ** Healthcare up 0.9%. Though Abbott Labs falls as U.S. FDA raises accuracy concern for fast COVID-19 test ** Meanwhile, individual investors have their doubts , and within the S&P 500, the big just keep getting bigger ** SPX sector performance YTD: (Lance Tupper and Terence Gabriel are Reuters market analysts. The views expressed are their own)