NEW YORK — Stocks fell Tuesday as the prospects for both peace and third-quarter profits appeared to dim.

A cool U.S. reaction to Iraq’s acceptance of the return of weapons inspectors, a profit warning from Dow component McDonald’s and the news that industrial production fell in August for the first time this year put the brakes on an expected rally, sending the equity markets southward.

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