New worries about the global economy sent major indices lower on Wednesday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average experiencing a more than 300-point swing before closing down 0.13%. The S&P 500 Index and NASDAQ Composite closed lower as well losing 0.46% and 0.63% respectively. Treasury rates slipped once again with the 10-year yield dropping to 2.38%, its lowest close since December 2017. CME data showed that nearly 75% of investors expect the Fed to lower interest rates at least once in 2019, higher than the 34% who expected one cut just a week ago. Investors will be watching the United States and China as the two economic giants meet this week in an attempt to resolve their tariff fight. Also driving market action on Wednesday were comments out of ECB president Mario Draghi on the potential for negative interest rates, which follow the ECB’s recent policy changes to support a slowing Eurozone economy.