Money & Markets modules for Tuesday, July 23
Coca-Cola and iRobot report second quarter results. The National Association of Realtors releases data on home sales in July.
Cal-Maine Foods, the country's biggest producer of eggs, said plunging prices tipped the company into a steep loss in the last quarter.
Smoother sailing for Gilead?
Biotech drug developer Gilead has seen its sales, profit and share price all plunge since 2015, but RBC Capital Markets analyst Dr. Brian Abrahams thinks its problems are past it, making it a bargain among drugmakers.
Circor International (CIR)
Vanda Pharmaceuticals (VNDA)
Cal-Maine Foods (CALM)
PetMed Express (PETS)
Lennox International (LII)
Cadence Bancorp. (CADE)
Franklin Mutual Financial Services (TFSIX)
A new assistant portfolio manager has beefed up the team at this fund, which keeps its Morningstar analyst rating of "Bronze."
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