A glance at the world’s stock market.
In Britain, energy shares fell after British Prime Minister Theresa May vowed to control energy prices if she was re-elected in June.
Japanese stocks edged down on Tuesday as the market ran out of steam after rallying to a 17-month high on Monday. The Nikkei share average lost 0.25%.
In the U.S, most stocks fell as renewed selling in commodities from gold to crude sent materials producers lower. The S&P 500 lost 0.09% and the Dow Jones was down 0.12% while technology shares boosted the Nasdaq Composite Index up 0.3%.