NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks fell on Tuesday, with consumer staples leading the S&P 500 down to its third straight daily loss, as investors grew concerned about the pace of global economic growth.
A computer monitor sits near a display of appliances at a Home Depot Inc. store in Peoria, Illinois, U.S. The retailer released an estimate for affected cards last week, saying hackers' software may have infected its systems from April to this month.
The Obama administration's tougher rules on offshore corporate inversions had an immediate effect Tuesday, pushing down the stock prices of companies considering such moves.
Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Plosser, one of the sharpest internal critics of the central bank's loose monetary policy, will retire next year, in a departure that could ease pressure to raise interest rates more quickly.
A court document in the recent bankruptcy filing sheds additional light on toll road operations and the bankruptcy filing. Tim Vandenack.