U.S. stocks came off of session lows by the day's end, though remained in the red. Fears over the Fed's announcement tomorrow, Brexit talk and crude at a three-week low all contributed to losses. Whole Foods (WFM) slipped after the Food and Drug Administration sent a warning regarding violations at its Massachusetts manufacturing plant. Regulations noted a number of 'serious' violations for packing and handling food. Gunmakers pulled back after Monday's rally with Smith & Wesson (SWHC) and Sturm Ruger (RGR) sharply lower. Retail store card company Synchrony Financial (SYF) fell after upping its loss forecast over the next 12 months. Synchrony also said it was building up its reserves to weather challenges in late-stage delinquencies.
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