These Are the Hottest Stories on Wall Street Tuesday
The Nasdaq was the lone market in the green Tuesday before turning negative.

The major U.S. averages were falling Tuesday afternoon, threating to end a two-day winning streak for markets following a sharp selloff last week.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 0.4%, or 97 points, to 24,504, while the Nasdaq lost 0.08%, or 3 points, to 1,488 and the S&P 500 declined 0.2%, or 5 points, to 2,651 Tuesday afternoon. 

Here are the stories investors were paying attention to Tuesday. 

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