Money & Markets modules for Thursday, July 12


The Labor Department reports its June reading of consumer price inflation, and the Treasury releases its monthly budget deficit figures. Delta Air Lines reports second-quarter earnings.


Minnesota-based industrial fastener maker Fastenal jumped to a four-month high after delivering forecast-beating earnings in the second quarter.


Hooked on Humira

Arthritis treatment Humira is the world's top-selling drug by revenue, with sales last year of $18.4 billion. And rarely has one medicine meant as much as Humira does to its maker, AbbVie.


American Airlines (AAL)

Fastenal (FAST)


Nvidia (NVDA)

Deere & Co. (DE)

Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA)

FirstEnergy (FE)

AngioDynamics (ANGO)


Diamond Hill Corporate Credit (DSIAX)

This fund's avoidance of low-quality names and a "benchmark-agnostic, high-conviction approach" make it a "unique proposition," Morningstar says.

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