* Tyco, Timken, Kennametal beat, shares rise * Rockwell CEO: little visibility into demand * Siemens says global risks are increasing By Nick Zieminski and Scott Malone NEW YORK/BOSTON, July 28 (Reuters) - Several U.S. industrials delivered better-than-expected quarterly profits on Thursday and raised their forecasts for the second half, balancing some of the pessimism that dragged down industrial shares in the prior session. A brighter mood prevailed as Tyco International Ltd , ...
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