The major markets had a major selloff in afternoon trading before coming up off of session lows just before the closing bell Tuesday.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 1%, or 260 points, to 24,959, while the Nasdaq fell 0.07%, or 15 points, to 1,528 and the S&P 500 fell 0.59%, or 16%, to 2,716. 

Here are the three stories investors were watching Tuesday. 

Walmart's Loss is Amazon's Gain

Amazon's (AMZN) chart looks like it's about to explode, again. 

Citi Downgrades Snap Following Redesign

Citi analysts aren't fans of Snap's (SNAP) redesign either. 

Here's Why UPS Isn't an Activist Target

United Parcel Services (UPS) is struggling, but activists aren't targeting the company

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