Now to your closing numbers on the markets, Wall Street was lower on glum economic data that posted a whopping 33-percent GDP drop in the second quarter.
The Dow Jones fell 225 points to 26-313, while the S&P 500 also ended in the red, down point-4 percent.
The tech-heavy NASDAQ, however, recovered from its earlier slump to close the day up over point-4 percent at 10-thousand 587.
Oil markets fell on fears that rising coronavirus cases will crimp demand.
Brent crude was down nearly one-percent while WTI shed over 2-percent to close the day at just over 40-dollars a barrel.