BIGGEST GAIN: Cintas was the top-performing stock in the S&P 500 after reporting quarterly results that beat Wall Street's forecasts. Visa Inc.(V), meanwhile, posted a 76% decline in quarterly earnings (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/visa-earnings-drop-on-deal-related-charges-2016-07-21) on charges related to a deal for its European operations.
Utilities fell 0.5 percent. "I think people are a little more sensitized, where any tick lower in the market creates this "buy-on-the-dip" mentality", said Brian Jacobsen, chief portfolio strategist at Wells Fargo Funds Management. Japan's Nikkei 225 added 0.8 percent, and South Korea's Kospi slipped 0.2 percent. Honeywell dropped 2.3 percent to $115.85 after lowering its full-year sales forecast, despite a market-beating quarterly profit.
As for the driver, he told them, "That's what I get for playing this dumb-ass game". You basically walk the streets until one appears on your screen. What other features should Niantic add to Pokemon GO to make the game safer for its players? As players move around in real-life places, they can catch Pokemon.
After a sad cast of characters came up on stage (Scott Baio anyone?), the convention aired a odd video montage of Trump narrated by actor John Voight. He recognizes real knowledge and skill when he finds it. He is colorblind and gender-neutral. "He is not gender specific in his criticism of people and people that he doesn't particularly like or people he likes that he thinks are wrong on a particular issue", Ivanka told CNN's Poppy Harlow when faced question over his past treatment of women.
He was alluding to the "you're fired" line from Trump's former reality show, "The Apprentice", and he also referred to Trump's business bankruptcies. Yet with polls showing Sanders voters moving toward her and given Republican Donald Trump's pick of Indiana Govrnor Mike Pence, a strong conservative, as his running mate, strategists say Clinton had more freedom to pick a conventional swing state candidate such as Kaine.
This year, Fuchs, a Louisville lawyer, and 10 other Clinton delegates are returning to the Democratic National Convention, this time in Philadelphia, and will do what they had so desperately wanted to do eight years ago: nominate the first woman ever to lead a major party ticket in the presidential election.