U.S. stocks moved lower as a selloff in health care soured the jobs-inspired rally that pushed benchmark indices to record highs last week. A jump in crude prices helped to keep losses shallow. Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMY) led the health care sector lower after Credit Suisse cut its rating to NEUTRAL from OUTPERFORM. The biotech company slumped on Friday in the second-biggest one-day drop in its history after disappointing trial results for a highly-anticipated lung cancer treatment. 21st Century Fox (FOXA) was downgraded to EQUAL WEIGHT from OVERWEIGHT at Barclays. The firm also removed the stock from its top picks list, citing a lack of near-term catalysts. Dean Foods (DF) slipped after recording another quarter of declining sales, its sixth quarter in a row. However, lower raw milk costs did help to drive profit higher.
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