Edward Krudy, Reuters
Wall Street edges lower as economy eyed
Wall Street retreated from multiyear highs for a second day on Tuesday as investors looked to upcoming economic data this week to help extend a rally that has been largely driven by central bank stimulus.
Stocks have rallied 7 percent since early August, propelling the S&P 500 index to the highest in nearly five years as central banks in Europe and the United States acted to prop up flagging economies. But analysts say that for the rally to continue economic data needs to improve.
“If we don’t start …