Taking a look at your stocks.
Wall Street fell on Tuesday for the first time in three sessions as investors waited for monetary policy signals from the Fed later this week.
Pulling up the numbers for you.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 173 points, or two-thirds of a percent, to 25,962.
The S&P 500 shed 23 points, or point-eight percent, to 2,900.
The Nasdaq lost 54 points, or point-seven percent, to 7,948.
In South Korea Tuesday, the benchmark KOSPI jumped 20 points, or slightly over one percent to 1,960.
The tech-heavy KOSDAQ rose 12 points, or two.one percent, to 607.
Oil prices traded slightly higher.
W-T-I was up a quarter of a percent at around $56 a barrel. Brent rose over half-a-percent to just over $60.