Stocks fell back into the red as a selloff in crude oil and gains in health care made for choppy trading. Crude snapped its seven-session streak as hopes of an OPEC production freeze faded. Marathon Oil (MRO) fell after announcing its chief financial officer J.R. Sult would leave for personal reasons. Pat Wagner, VP of corporate development, will step in as interim CFO until a permanent replacement has been found. Deere's (DE) price target was raised to $100 a share at Credit Suisse. Analysts kept an outperform rating, pointing to cost-cutting measures across the board. Syngenta (SYT) climbed after the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. approved its acquisition by ChemChina. The $43 billion deal had been put under scrutiny as the largest overseas acquisition by a Chinese firm.
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