The Dow Jones Industrial Average outpaced broader markets on Tuesday in an unsettled day of trading. Losses in the consumer space extended into day two. The sector had sold off on Monday after disappointing monthly auto sales from Ford ( F - Get Report) and General Motors ( GM - Get Report) . Richmond Federal Reserve President Jeffrey Lacker tendered his resignation Tuesday after improperly sharing information with an analyst back in 2012. Lacker broke confidentiality rules when he offered information to Medley Global Advisors regarding the Fed's September meeting in 2012.  Amazon ( AMZN - Get Report)  ended at another record after a bullish note from BMO Capital Markets. Analyst Daniel Salmon raised his price target to $1,200 and backed his outperform rating, noting that Amazon could benefit from the "significant emerging opportunity" in advertising. Salmon expects Amazon ad revenue to rise 65% to $3.5 billion this year. U.S. handbag maker Kate Spade ( KATE) slumped 15% on reports it will spend a few more weeks negotiating a potential sale of the company after receiving an offer last week from Coach ( COH) .