Syria Worry Weighs on S&P 500, AT&T to Carry New Lumia: Market Recap
U.S. stocks fell Tuesday as investors were increasingly concerned about U.S. military intervention in Syria. Worries about the unrest in the Middle East dampened positive data showing that consumer confidence unexpectedly rose in August. The S&P 500 dropped the most since June during trading Tuesday.
Gold: +1.62% to $1,415.60 per ounce; Oil: +0.04% to $105 per barrel; U.S. 10-Year: -2.99 to 2.721%.