(Updates with indexes trimming gains) By Jennifer Coogan NEW YORK, July 31 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday but were off their highs on jitters about fallout from the subprime mortgage market and rising oil prices, which partly offset strong earnings and positive economic indicators. General Motors Corp. set the stage for gains after the automaker swung to a profit in the second quarter and handily topped Wall Street's expectations [ID:nN31206991]. Mortgage-related shares were ...
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