Energy and travel weigh on Wall Street
(Close): Stocks on Wall Street fell on Wednesday, with energy shares lower after oil prices lost ground.
The tech-based Nasdaq index lost 52.80 points, closing at 4,768.86.
Oil prices fell after a report indicated that stockpiles of US crude rose by more than expected last week. The price of US crude fell by more than $1 to $39.79 a barrel.
Shares in oil giant Chevron fell 1.8% and ConocoPhillips tumbled 4.8%.
Travel-related stocks were down for a second day following the terror attacks in Brussels.
Hotel chain Hilton Worldwide saw its share price slip 1.7%.
The biggest faller on the Dow Jones was sportswear maker Nike. Its shares closed 3.8% lower, after its latest quarterly revenues fell short of expectations.