Stocks dipped on Tuesday as traders assessed better-than-expected economic data and prepared for another likely rate hike from the Federal Reserve.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 79.75 points, or 0.24%, to 32,653.20, while the S&P 500 slid 0.41% to 3,856.10. The Nasdaq Composite shed 0.89% to 10,890.85.

All the major averages opened higher but turned negative after job openings in September showed a resilient labor market. The news heightened fears that the central bank may keep its aggressive stance as it fights to tame high inflation.

“Anytime you get good news, the market doesn’t like it because it just means that the Fed is probably going to be tightening more and potentially for longer,” said Randy Frederick, managing director of trading and derivatives at the Schwab Center for Financial Research. “We’re still in the bad news is good news cycle.”

Tuesday marked the start of the Fed’s November meeting, which many expect will result in a 75 basis point interest rate hike on Wednesday. Investors will monitor the central bank’s statement and Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s press conference for signs of a slowing tightening pace.

Some losses were mitigated Tuesday as a better-than-feared earnings season continued with a strong report from Pfizer. Uber shares popped 12% on a revenue beat. Companies this season have grappled with high inflation, rising rates and a strong dollar.

Wall Street is coming off a strong month of gains. The Dow rallied nearly 14% in October, its biggest monthly advance since January 1976 as investors rotated out of technology and into stalwarts like banks. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite added about 8% and 3.9%, respectively.