US STOCKS-Plunging oil prices drag down Wall Street
* Brent crude near 7-year lows after OPEC's meeting last week
* Airline stocks jump on falling oil prices
* Keurig soars on $13.9 bln buyout offer
* Indexes down: Dow 0.94 pct, S&P 0.95 pct, Nasdaq 0.84 pct (Adds details, changes quote, updates prices)
By Tanya Agrawal
Dec 7 (Reuters) - Wall Street started the week in the red as energy and raw material stocks took a hit, with oil prices falling to their lowest in nearly seven years.
Brent crude prices dropped to $41.38 and U.S. crude fell to $38.15 a barrel, after OPEC's meeting ended last week without a reference to its output ceiling.
A stronger dollar also made it more expensive to hold crude positions. The dollar rose for a second day and was up 0.3 percent at 98.64 against a basket of major currencies.
Oil majors Exxon and Chevron fell about 4 percent and were the biggest drags on the Dow and the S&P, while Dow Chemicals and DuPont fell more than 2 percent. Continuación...