The Dow and S&P 500 declined as the latest employment report showed the economy added more jobs than expected last month, though the pace of the recovery stalled.
Goldman Sachs restated its second-quarter earnings lower after reaching a $3.9 billion settlement with the government of Malaysia to resolve an investigation into its work for a corrupt investment fund.
Borrowing for cars, trucks and SUVs rose more than 90% in the past decade. But that lending boom threatens to unravel as payment deferrals end while unemployment remains high and stimulus fades.
Singapore police brought their first criminal charges against an individual linked to the suspected fraud at Wirecard AG, the one-time German technology star that collapsed at the end of June after admitting more than $2 billion of cash on its balance sheet was fake.