It appears to be a time to be cautious as equities this month seem to fade throughout the day.
Plus, the United Auto Workers apply pressure on the legacy automakers with the union's big wage demands in their contract talks.
It is possible the market will find support soon and come roaring back, but the price action suggests that selling momentum is building.
The technical setup of the online game platform operator is not conducive for sustained strength.
Let's get the consumer and producer price numbers in our hands, watch how traders react, then decide on our next move.
Country Garden has 30 days to make good on its missed bond payments and has a stock price that is perilously close to delisting level.
The shares of the fuel cell developer continue to disappoint investors.
But it will be interesting to see if they can hold off the bears once the latest consumer and producer price data are in.
One of the biggest negatives right now is seasonality, as August and September are typically the worst two months of the year.
The package delivery giant is seeing its shares sag after it detailed the potential negative impacts of its tentative labor contract with the Teamsters.