Shares rose for Caterpillar, the world's largest construction and mining equipment company, gaining 48 cents to $84.34. But the company warned that it expects lower profit and revenue for the rest of the year.And the reports on Monday followed other dissatisfying results last week from companies like Microsoft, General Electric and McDonald's.
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