Here are the headlines from Monday's Bloomberg Market Report.
Yahoo shares rose after reporting better than expected earnings. This is the first earnings report since CEO Marissa Mayer took the helm. Open Table, the largest US online restaurant reservation service, rose the most in two months based on a news report that suggested Yahoo might be interested in buying the company.
As for the broader markets, stocks fell sending the S&P toward its biggest three day decline since July.
The Gallup daily survey says 16.5 percent of the US workforce is underemployed. The current, official rate of underemployment is 14.7 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Monster Beverage energy drinks have been cited in the deaths of five people in the past year, according to incident reports that doctors and companies submit to the FDA. The five reports said the victims consumed Monster drinks prior to their deaths. The FDA says the incidents are just allegations and no conclusion will be drawn until a full investigation is completed. Monster says it's unaware of any fatalities that have been caused by its drinks.