Stocks capped the final trading day of the month in red as investors remained skittish over the odds of a September rate increase, while cheering oil's surge.
U.S. equity markets seesawed – with the Dow swinging 381 points during the session – as Wall Street captured its second-straight rally.
Rally Mode: After sleepy midday trading action, Wall Street surged into the close of trade to snap six-straight sessions of declines.
Relief Wiped Out: Wall Street's rally crumbled into the closing bell on Tuesday as traders ditched their positions after massive gains at the start of trade.
No Refuge: U.S. equity markets close out tumultuous session solidly lower as global-growth worries weigh on sentiment.
Stocks Plunge: All three major averages shed their 2015 gains and the Dow entered correction territory as global-growth worries fueled a crushing selloff.
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Market Selloff: U.S. equity markets closed deep in negative territory as global economic concerns rattled the Street.
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U.S. equity markets closed lower after Fed meeting minutes showed the central bank needs more evidence of economic improvement before hiking rates.