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BC-Money & Markets Digest

May 23, 2019

Money & Markets modules for Friday, May 24


Footlocker and Destination XL report quarterly earnings. The Commerce Department releases data on durable goods orders for April.


Toro fell to a two-month low after the Minnesota-based lawnmower manufacturer gave investors a surprisingly weak profit forecast for the current quarter.


Chips in the crossfire

The escalating U.S.-China trade war is looking more likely to take a financial bite out of the companies that make microprocessors for computers, smartphones and other gadgets.


NetApp (NTAP)

Copart (CPRT)

Bluegreen Vacations (BXG)

Weibo (WB)

L Brands (LB)

Best Buy (BBY)

Medtronic (MDT)

Toro (TTC)


Voya Global Real Estate (IGLAX)

Despite caution because of some high portfolio turnover recently, Morningstar says this fund has “solid foundations.”

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