Stocks in the U.S. traded lower this week amidst a slew of earnings reports and ongoing developments on the stimulus front. Over the weekend, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi set a 48-hour deadline for a compromise to be reached surrounding further fiscal relief. However, Tuesday came and went with little progress, and there are growing concerns over whether any sort of relief will be passed prior to the November election. On the earnings front, technology heavyweight Netflix (NFLX) fell more than 6% on Wednesday after reporting lower than expected profits and user growth for the third quarter. On the other hand, shares of Snap (Snapchat’s parent company) surged more than 30% after the company beat estimations on both the top and bottom-line. In International markets, Brexit remains in the headlines as the UK and European Union strive to reach an agreement. Over the coming days, investors will have plenty of things to chew on including the final presidential debate, earnings season, and key economic data. In bonds, the 10-year Treasury is trading at its highest level since early June, at 0.82% mid-week.