Equities finished lower Monday, pulling back from last week’s record highs.
Global equities and oil prices declined as well, while the U.S. dollar was higher against major currencies. The price of crude oil was down $.18 to $52.06.
Energy, health care and financials were the only sectors to finish higher. Consumer discretionary and communications services led to the downside.
The spot price of gold was up .62 percent to $1,846.70.
In the bond market, 10-year Treasury yields are trading flat at 1.13 percent.
Volume on the New York Stock Exchange, meanwhile, was 1,012, 165,605 with decliners outnumbering advancers.