U.S. stocks drop on earnings disappointments and geopolitical worries.
Major U.S. indices are mostly flat to slightly lower, except for the Nasdaq, which is getting a bump up from some big names in Internet.
Stocks are continuing to slide lower but are off session lows.
Stocks are pulling back from record highs as earnings and interest rates weigh on investors' minds.
U.S. Markets did get a modest lift higher after The National Association of Realtors came out this morning with its report showing existing-home sales were up 6.1 percent in May.
Stocks are lower Friday afternoon as investors shrugged off a University of Michigan's index on consumer sentiment index which showed an improvement in June.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average index has continued its downtrend from late December and will take considerable improvement to help the broader market rally continue.
Keith Bliss of Cuttone says the market is shifting back to a fundamental approach as the Federal Reserve starts to back out of the market.
Stocks are resuming their ascent today after 'blowing off a little steam', says Jason Weisberg, trader at Seaport Securities.
Stocks are retreating from their early highs with the tech-heavy Nasdaq leading the slide.