The following 6 companies -- including 3 Dow components -- are reporting on Tuesday.
Kraft is looking for a brand update as it pushes a new liquid version of the drink to consumers.
MasterCard is downgraded to 'neutral,' and Nike is initiated with a 'neutral.'
Coca-Cola, Fifth Third and US Bancorp to report earnings. J.C. Penny makes another CEO change. Family Dollar's full year forecast weaker than expected.
Numbers for the race are being sold online, and the event's organizers can't really do much about it.
China's manufacturing PMI comes in below expectations, and Italy's president spooks markets with resignation talk.
Among the 30 stocks, these have boosted their dividends in each of the past 30 years.
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