Money & Markets modules for Wednesday, Oct. 31
Kellogg, General Motors and Taco Bell owner Yum Brands all report third-quarter results today.
General Electric shares fell to a nearly 10-year low after the industrial conglomerate slashed its quarterly dividend and announced other measures as it struggles with sagging profits and a spate of bad news.
The risk from cyberattacks
The second costliest risk to North American cities isn't an earthquake, flood or human pandemic. Lloyd's of London says in a new study with Cambridge University that the No. 2 threat is cyberattack, ranking behind a financial crash.
Mondelez International (MDLZ)
Under Armour (UAA)
American Tower (AMT)
General Electric (GE)
Baker Hughes (BHGE)
Vulcan Materials (VMC)
JPMorgan Europe Dynamic Fund (VEUAX)
The quantitative-led approach of this fund has evolved over the years and has "mostly worked well," Morningstar says, beating the MSCI Europe Index.
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