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.
The decision, expected Thursday, could move these health care stocks and subsectors.
Johnson & Johnson is upgraded at 3 firms, and McDonald's is downgraded to 'neutral' at Goldman.
Stocks are higher ahead of a number of potentially market-moving events expected over the weekend.
The market gives back some of its earlier gains after Bernanke's testimony.
Stocks on Wall Street are lower this afternoon, in a delayed reaction to Friday's disappointing jobs report.
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