Goldman Sachs and Bank of America weigh on Wall Street

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Wall Street was mixed on Tuesday, as subscriber growth at Netflix lifted the Nasdaq to another record but bank shares failed to impress.

Goldman Sachs fell 2.6% after weak performance in its commodities unit,a nd Bank of America shares fell 0.5% despite higher profits from rising US interest rates.

The Dow Jones closed down 0.3% at 21,574.73, while the wider S&P 500 index climbed 0.1% to 2,460.61.

The Nasdaq reached 6,344.31, up 0.5%.

Shares in TV streaming service Netflix jumped more than 13%.

The company added more subscribers than expected in the second quarter of the year and now has 104 million subscribers worldwide.

PayPal shares also climbed 2.4% after the online payments firm said it was working with Visa in Europe to offer Visa-branded debit cards. The two companies already work together in Asia.

Many sectors outside of tech experienced losses.

Motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson was one of the biggest fallers, down almost 6% after it cut its forecast for shipments this year.