U.S. stocks fall as oil jumps, Honeywell slips


(Updates to midday) NEW YORK, May 25 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday as oil prices rose more than $1 a barrel after data showed an unexpected drop in crude stockpiles last week, hurting investor sentiment about the economy. Shares of Dow industrial companies that are benchmarks of the U.S. economy fell, with Honeywell International Inc., an aerospace and industrial conglomerate, down 1.4 percent at $36.75, and Caterpillar Inc., a heavy equipment-maker, down 1.3 percent at ...

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