The Dow closed about 88 points down, the S&P 500 lost about 7 points, and the Nasdaq fell about 16 points
Following a strong show on Friday, the Dow rose 45 points, led by oil and precious metals
The Dow fell about 3 points, ending a four-day winning streak
Osama bin Laden death has caused 'exuberance and relief' among investors. The killing of bin Laden, along with strong earnings and a substantial deal in the drug sector, will likely send stocks up.
Senator Chris Dodd, among other senators involved in upcoming health care legislation, have family ties or financial investments in the industry they are meant to reform.