Wall Street came off of the day's highs late in the session on worries over how President Trump will handle the Syrian civil war and relations with China. The Trump administration has changed its tune, signaling possible military action against the Assad regime. Bed, Bath & Beyond (BBBY) rose after topping analysts' estimates in its recent quarter. The homewares retailer reported a 3% increase in sales, while comparable-store sales edged 0.4% higher. SeaWorld (SEAS) was initiated with a SELL rating and $16 price target at Goldman Sachs. Analysts are skeptical that cost-cutting measures will translate to growth. L Brands (LB) surged even after reporting a steep decline in March sales. Comparable sales for the five weeks to April 1 dropped 10%.
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