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Wall Street slumps as worries rise over the U.S.'s role in the Syrian conflict and a disappointing jobs number for March.
Stocks add to gains on Friday as oil and energy names distract from worries over the U.S.'s role in the Syrian conflict.
A big miss on the U.S. jobs number for March and U.S. military intervention in the Syrian Civil War keep investors busy to end the week.
Geopolitical threats rose overnight after the U.S. military executed an airstrike against Syria in retaliation to a chemical attack earlier this week.