U.S. stocks extended losses as auto sales in July disappointed, a rare miss after months of blowout growth. Pfizer (PFE) also weighed heavily on the Dow Jones Industrial Average after sales of its biggest vaccine fell short of estimates in its recent quarter. Ford (F) reported a surprise three percent drop in July sales as the carmaker's most popular F-series declined. GM (GM) also reported a decline in sales, though at a far slower pace than many expected. Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) reported anemic sales growth of just 0.3 percent. SodaStream (SODA) surged after topping analysts' forecasts on its top and bottom line over the second quarter. Adjusted earnings came in more than seven times higher than a year earlier. CVS (CVS) rose after upping its adjusted earnings forecast for the full year. Second-quarter results missed estimates, though, as the pharmacy chain worked to pay down debt. TheStreet
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