U.S. stock markets fell amid a mixed bag of corporate earnings and growing speculation a trade deal with China remains elusive. Treasuries edged lower as the Federal Reserve began deliberating on the path for interest rates. The S&P 500 Index declined for a second day after President Donald Trump criticized China just as his negotiators start talks in Shanghai. Though, Trump boosted sentiment late in the session when he said he had recently spoken with his Chinese counterpart. Tech shares led losses. In earnings news, retailer Under Armour tumbled after warning about weak sales, while Procter & Gamble and Merck gained on strong results. The 10-year Treasury yield traded around 2.05% as investors awaited the Fed’s anticipated rate cut Wednesday. The US Dollar held near a two-month high, while the Pound continued its decline amid concerns about a no-deal Brexit. West Texas crude rose above $58 a barrel.

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