(Updates to late afternoon) By Kristina Cooke NEW YORK, July 31 (Reuters) - U.S. stock indexes fell on Tuesday, giving up earlier earnings-driven gains as worries about the deteriorating credit market resurfaced. American Home Mortgage Investment Corp. was the latest casualty of the housing slump. The mortgage lender said it can't fund home loans and may have to liquidate. "The market is just ultra sensitive to anything credit related, and people are willing to move to the exits when ...
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