Meanwhile Asian markets are happy of the energy move (still wonder why but that's not a problem after all), United States are not aware of that story yet and so I'm going to take a look on the Tuesday's results of the markets. Tuesday, the day was punctuated with the end of the 5-day rally of Wall Street, to stabilize without going much lower. Let's gets to the numbers. NASDAQ Composite is getting at 4,748.36 pts, with -0.69% or -32.9 pts, meanwhile S&P 500 is doing better with its -0.36% and -7.13 pts, ending up with 1,979.92 pts. About Dow Jones, it is at 16,790.19 pts, the biggest winner of Tuesday on Wall Street with +0.08% (it's quick for telling that "win", right?) and +13.76 pts. Some companies says they wait for the Q3 earnings. But didn't the U.S. entered rather in the Q4?