The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell for a second straight day Tuesday as investors awaited the start of corporate earnings season later this week.
The Dow lost 190.44 points to finish the day at 26,150.58 as Boeing stock came under pressure again on concerns about 737 Max jet production delays. The S&P 500 fell 0.6% to 2,878.20, led by losses in industrials, energy and financial companies. The Nasdaq Composite dropped more than 0.5% to 7,909.28 as Microsoft, Apple, Amazon and Alphabet all declined.
The Dow and S&P 500 both posted their worst session since March 22, while the Nasdaq Composite notched its largest drop since March 27.