Indices closed in red territory on Tuesday. Walmart led decliners on the Dow. Tech sector brands advanced, lessening the Nasdaq’s downswing. Stocks rebounded somewhat off early lows. On another note, Walmart dipped 10% today on an earnings miss. The colossal retailer earned $1.33 a share in the fourth quarter, versus forecasts of $1.37. The company expects EPS of $4.75 to $5.00 in 2019. In further earnings, Home Depot shed 0.17% on stronger-than-expected fourth-quarter data. Earnings of $1.69 cents a share exceeded estimates by 8 cents. Revenue of $23.88 billion, was up from $22.21 billion a year earlier, and beyond forecasts of $23.66 billion.