Stocks are technically weakened, and traders are hoping to get past the Fed's Jackson Hole symposium at the end of the week without any new bombshells.
There hasn't been a significant market pullback since the end of 2015, but could it finally be time for the one so many have been trying to forecast?
The final two weeks of August tend to be tough for stocks with all the major indexes logging negative returns to close out the month.
Forget those concrete boarding kennels pets used to endure while their owners left them behind on vacation. They’ve been replaced by high end pampering palaces and doggie camps that rival the amenities their owners are enjoying. Of the $70B Americans will spend on their pets this year, $5B is on grooming and boarding. Reporter Kate Rogers checks her dog into a pet vacation spot.
The dollar narrative changed from upbeat at the start of the week to downbeat by the end, says Sean Callow, senior currency strategist, Westpac Bank.
Art Cashin, Director of Floor Operations at UBS, and CNBC's Bob Pisani discuss the market at the end of trading.
Mike Allen, Axios executive editor, discusses the D.C. drama and whether the collapse of the Manufacturing Council could spell the end of President Trump's agenda.
Looking ahead, Wal-Mart has raised the low end of its earnings outlook for the full year.
Trump has repeatedly authorized the cost-sharing reimbursements to insurers, which helps keep premiums lower than they might be.
The Obamacare opponent Trump has repeatedly authorized the cost-sharing reimbursements to insurers, which helps keep premiums lower than they might be.