Investors aren't pleased with what they're hearing from Corporate America.
The Dow was lower much of the day Wednesday after auto giants GM and Fiat Chrysler provided weak outlooks for the rest of the year. GM shares fell 5% in late afternoon trading, and Fiat Chrysler's stock plunged nearly 12%.
The broader market enjoyed a late day bounce on reports of a trade deal between the US and European Union. But rising commodity prices still put a dent into GM's forecast. Costs for steel and aluminum have risen because of the Trump administration's tariffs on those metals.
Boeing, the biggest component in the Dow, also fell despite solid earnings and a boost to its revenue guidance.
But the jet maker's earnings forecast wasn't as strong as investors were hoping for. Boeing also cut its profit margin outlook for its defense unit. Boeing's stock is up more than 20% this year, so expectations were sky high.
Boeing rival Northrop Grumman also fell despite earnings that topped estimates.
Better than expected profit from Coca-Cola was a bright spot. Coke's stock rose nearly 2% thanks to solid sales of its iconic beverages, particularly the recently revamped Coca-Cola Zero Sugar.
Wednesday's market pullback follows a strong day on Tuesday. Stocks climbed after solid results from Dow components Verizon and United Technologies as well as drug maker Eli Lilly.
Most companies have indicated they aren't seeing much of an impact on sales and profit from the growing trade tension between the United States and China - not to mention Europe, Canada and Mexico.
Second-quarter earnings have still been solid, particularly from technology companies. The Nasdaq was up slightly Wednesday and has gained nearly 14% this year. It is near a record high, just under 8,000.
Facebook is also at an all-time high, a sign that investors are no longer worried about the Cambridge Analytica data scandal and are instead focused on strong growth at Facebook-owned Instagram.
CNN's Richard Quest broke down all the market's moves from the New York Stock Exchange on CNNMoney's "Markets Now." You can watch future shows live on CNNMoney at 12:45 ET on Wednesdays and check in later for clips from the latest episode and past shows.