(Updates to midafternoon) By Kristina Cooke NEW YORK, July 31 (Reuters) - U.S. blue-chip stocks rose on Tuesday, lifted by positive earnings from companies, including General Motors Corp. , and by reassuring reports on the economy. But two major stock indexes were off their highs for the session and the Nasdaq was little changed as concerns about deteriorating credit conditions -- which led to last week's market rout -- returned. American Home Mortgage Investment Corp. was the latest ...
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