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Winners and losers
Stocks in the red include Nordstrom as the retailer ended discussions with the Nordstrom family about taking the company private after the two sides could not agree on price; Southwest Airlines as it sees revenue per seat mile staying flat in the 2nd quarter; and General Mills, with shares slipping as the cereal and packaged goods maker beat on earnings but warned on its growth forecast, citing cost pressures.
Stocks in the green include FedEx as the shipper beat on earnings and revenue as package volume climbed 6%; Prothena as the drugmaker struck a deal with Celgene to develop nerve disease treatments; and MuleSoft shares as the software maker agreed to be bought by Salesforce.com for $5.9 billion, excluding assumed debt.