Money & Markets modules for Tuesday, July 31


The Conference Board issues its index of U.S. consumer confidence in July. Apple serves up its fiscal third-quarter results. S&P releases its monthly index of U.S. home prices.


Tyson Foods slumped to a 12-month low after the Springdale, Arkansas-based pork and poultry processor slashed its earnings outlook because of retaliatory tariffs sparked by President Donald Trump's trade war with China.


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Exxon's oil production has fallen for three straight quarters, but executives are touting big projects underway in Brazil, Guyana and elsewhere as the Texas-based company sharply boosts capital spending to turn that around.


US Foods (USFD)


Tyson Foods (TSN)

Caterpillar (CAT)

Affiliated Managers (AMG)

Bloomin' Brands (BLMN)

First Data (FDC)

Simon Property (SPG)


T. Rowe Price International Value Equity (TRIGX)

Morningstar has cut this fund's rating to "Neutral" from Bronze, saying it is "not worthy of recommendation" due to uncertainty over its management situation.

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