Hewlett-Packard is downgraded to 'sell,' Goldman Sachs is upgraded to 'positive.'
Stocks are lower despite better than expected reports on US industrial production and Chinese manufacturing activity.
Obamacare may not be as good for insurance companies as some people seem to think.
AOL is downgraded to 'underperform,' and Humana is downgraded to 'neutral.'
The move is a big bet that states will allow for Medicaid expansion.
Stocks head lower as investors remain cautious after a disappointing jobs report Friday and news of higher bond yields in both Spain and Italy.
Hospital stocks and Medicaid insurers saw big gains after the Supreme Court's ruling, while other health care stocks dropped.
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The central bank leaves its policy unchanged. That means loans to businesses and on mortgages and autos will be cheap. Stocks pull back.
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