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U.S. Stocks Decline Amid Greek Debt Talks After Nearing Record

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U.S. stocks fell, halting two days of gains that brought equities near a record, amid declines in raw-material and railroad shares as Greek debt talks dragged on.

Kansas City Southern and CSX Corp. dropped more than 2.7 percent to weigh on industrial shares. General Motors Co. slumped 3.1 percent, while Ford Motor Co. gained after Goldman Sachs Group Inc. flipped its preference on the two. Netflix Inc. erased a rally of as much as 3.7 percent after Carl Icahn said he had exited his stake. Apple Inc. added 0.9 percent after positive comments from Morgan Stanley.