Stocks yawn as US job growth beats expectations and Buffett prepares for Berkshire annual meeting

Stocks are set up for a fairly flat open after the US added 211,000  jobs in April, while the unemployment rate dipped to 4.4%. That’s the lowest level since May 2007.

Here are some of the other stories the Yahoo Finance team is covering for you today.

 Buffett sells some IBM
Shares of (IBM) are lower after news that Warren Buffett has reduced stake in the company held by Berkshire Hathaway (BRK), which holds its annual meeting tomorrow. Why did Buffett sell and what does he think of Apple (AAPL)?

The next step for Trump’s health care overhaul
President Trump celebrated the House passing a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare. The bill now moves to the Senate. But are Republicans walking into a trap they’ve set for themselves?

Men are giving women a run for their shoe money
In 2016, men spent about $26 billion on shoes, up nearly $2.5 billion from 2014. While women still spent around $30 billion, some analysts say women’s sales are slowing down while men are speeding up their spending. What are the guys buying?

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