NEW YORK Technology stocks sold off sharply on Friday, taking a toll on the Nasdaq and dragging on other major Wall Street indexes, which touched record highs earlier in the day.
Facebook Inc (FB.O) fell 3.3 percent, its biggest decline since November 2016, and Alphabet (GOOGL.O) ended down 3.4 percent, its worst day since June 2016.
chipmaker Nvidia (NVDA.O) closed down 6.5 percent at $149.60 after Citron Research said the stock could trade back to $130.
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