Stocks ended trading in the red zone on Wednesday. Caterpillar led decliners on the Dow amid a variety of economic news. Fourth-quarter gross domestic product was revised. A reading of 2.5% growth matched expectations, and was down just slightly from the prior reading of 2.6%. On another note, pending-home sales dipped in January. Sales fell 4.7% to 104.6, marking the lowest reading since October 2014. Elsewhere, crude oil took a breather on a larger-than-expected jump in oil reserves. Energy Information Administration data showed crude oil inventories increased by three million barrels last week. For the session, oil prices dipped 1.1% to settle at $62.29 a barrel.