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(Close): Stocks on Wall Street barely budged on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 once again closing above the symbolic 2,000 point threshold.
The S&P 500 nudged up just 0.10 points to end at 2,000.12
Shares in gunmaker Smith & Wesson sank 13.63% after the company cut its 2015 profit forecast.
The firm also cut its prediction for second-quarter profits to below analysts' forecasts as gun sales stagnated in the US.
Tiffany shares rose slight after its quarterly results beat expectations and it raised its forecast for full-year profits.
The jeweller reported a 16% rise in second quarter net income to $124.1m.
But the day's biggest winner was electronics retailer RadioShack, which saw its share price surge by 26.74% after reports emerged about a possible bankruptcy plan for the struggling firm.