On Tuesday, U.S. stocks were lower at close of trade, as losses in the Telecoms, Oil and Gas Industrials sectors led shares lower.
At the close in NYSE, the Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled 0.72 percent, however the S&P 500 index dropped 0.61 percent, and the NASDAQ Composite index plunged 0.56 percent.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was Walt Disney Company which increased 1.65 percent or 2.90 points to trade at 116.86 at the close. In the meantime, Coca-Cola Company gained 0.26 percent or 0.12 points to end at 46.67 and McDonald’s Corporation increased 0.12 percent or 0.23 points to 190.08 in late trade.
Caterpillar Inc. which tumbled 2.48 percent or 3.47 points to trade at 136.35 at the close. Dow Inc. dropped 1.54 percent or 0.88 points to end at 56.27 and Boeing Co was down 1.46 percent or 5.48 points to 369.04.
Cerner Corporation which jumped 10.30 percent to 62.97, Monster Beverage Corp which was up 3.05 percent to settle at 54.69 and Campbell Soup Company which increased 2.49 percent to close at 39.49.
Pentair PLC which was down 13.54 percent to 39.13 in late trade, Under Armour Inc. at which lost 4.69 percent to settle at 20.72 and Advanced Micro Devices Inc. which was down 4.52 percent to 27.24 at the close.
ATA Inc. which increased 107.84 percent to 2.120, Command Center Inc. which was up 35.71 percent to settle at 5.320 and Sunworks Inc. which added 31.81 percent to close at 0.7500.
Vaxart Inc. which fell 34.23 percent to 0.980 in late trade, Outlook Therapeutics, Inc. which lost 34.10 percent to settle at 3.15 and Zosano Pharma Corp which was down 26.75 percent to 3.670 at the close.
Dipping stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the New York Stock Exchange by 2202 to 783 and 110 ended unchanged; on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange, 1927 dropped and 695 advanced, while 87 ended unchanged.
Shares in Vaxart Inc. plunged to all time lows; losing 34.23 percent or 0.510 to 0.980. Shares in Outlook Therapeutics, Inc. tumbled to 52-week lows; down 34.10 percent or 1.63 to 3.15.
The CBOE Volatility Index, which gauges the implied volatility of S&P 500 options, was up 8.42 percent to 14.29.
Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in May tumbled 0.26 percent or 0.17 to hit $64.23 a barrel, although the June Brent oil contract dropped 0.03 percent or 0.02 to trade at $70.76 a barrel. Gold Futures for June delivery was up 0.48 percent or 6.25 to $1308.15 a troy ounce.
EUR/USD raised 0.07 percent to 1.1268, while USD/JPY increased 0.02 percent to 111.14.
The U.S. Dollar Index Futures dropped 0.02 percent at 96.627.