Mark Lasseigne fills you in on what's happening on Wall Street.

-Wall Street falls to the lowest close this month.
 
-The Dow Jones Industrial Average drops 95 points to 12,385
 
-A slump in overseas markets helps set the tone amid growing concern that the European bank "stress tests" weren't stringent enough.
-In the U.S., few signs of a breakthrough in Washington's debt negotiations.
 
-Halliburton rallies early but finishes just 4 cents higher to 53.12.  The company reports second-quarter earnings and revenue that tops forecasts.
 
-Crude-oil closes at $95.93 a barrel.
 
-Gold sets another record close of $1,602/ounce.