Stocks were mixed after the April jobs report shored up the chances of a move on interest rates next month. The Dow Jones Industrial Average held in the red on a selloff in IBM (IBM) shares. Warren Buffett said he had unloaded one-third of his stake. Herbalife (HLF) rallied on solid guidance for its full year. The nutrition company anticipates adjusted earnings of at least $4.05 a share for 2017, higher than consensus of $3.96. Zynga (ZNGA) was also higher after a solid first quarter and upbeat forecasts for second-quarter bookings. The developer of online games including FarmVille and Words With Friends anticipates current-quarter bookings nearly 5% higher than consensus. Revlon (REV) lost more than one-fifth its value after swinging to a first-quarter loss. Consumer segment net sales fell around 9% as its North American business continued to perform poorly.
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