The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell slightly on Monday as investors took a pause after a sharp rally in the previous session.
The 30-stock average traded about 21 points lower, or 0.1%, and was headed for its first decline in four days. Boeing and Apple led the Dow lower, sliding 1% each.
Meanwhile, S&P 500 hovered just above the flatline while the Nasdaq Composite traded 0.2% higher. The communication services sector led the S&P 500′s small gains, rising 0.4%. Alphabet lifted the Nasdaq, climbing 1.1% to a fresh record high.