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MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks End Second Straight Week With Losses

07/02/2015 4:35 PM ET
By Anora Mahmudova and Carla Mozee, MarketWatch Economy adds 223,000 jobs in June, unemployment rate falls to 5.3% U.S. stocks ended a volatile holiday-shortened week with losses, as investors grappled with heightened uncertainty tied to Greece ahead of a Sunday referendum to vote on the country's status as a eurozone member. Financial…

UPDATE: U.S. stocks end second straight week with losses

07/02/2015 4:35 PM ET
By Anora Mahmudova and Carla Mozee, MarketWatch Economy adds 223,000 jobs in June, unemployment rate falls to 5.3% U.S. stocks ended a volatile holiday-shortened week with losses, as investors grappled with heightened uncertainty tied to Greece ahead of a Sunday referendum to vote on the country's status as a eurozone member. Financial…

MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks Finish Higher As Data Trumps Greece Drama

07/01/2015 4:33 PM ET
By Anora Mahmudova and Carla Mozee, MarketWatch Ace to buy Chubb in $28 billion deal U.S. stocks finished higher Wednesday as investors looked beyond the latest developments in Greece and focused on economic data.

Bond Report

BOND REPORT: Treasury Yields Finish Lower On Post-jobs Report Rally

07/02/2015 4:31 PM ET
By Ellie Ismailidou, MarketWatch Treasury yields finished this holiday-shortened week (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/which-markets-are-closed-for-us-independence-day-2015-07-01) lower after the U.S. Labor Department said that hiring picked up in June but wages were flat and job gains in the prior two months were cut. …

UPDATE: Treasury yields finish lower on post-jobs report rally

07/02/2015 4:31 PM ET
By Ellie Ismailidou, MarketWatch Treasury yields finished this holiday-shortened week (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/which-markets-are-closed-for-us-independence-day-2015-07-01) lower after the U.S. Labor Department said that hiring picked up in June but wages were flat and job gains in the prior two months were cut. …

BOND REPORT: Treasury Yields Rise On Strong Data, Ahead Of Jobs Report

07/01/2015 4:09 PM ET
By Ellie Ismailidou, MarketWatch Treasury yields rose Wednesday on strong U.S. economic data ahead of Thursday's closely watched official jobs report, amid lingering Greek-debt negotiations.

Tech Report

Google Ready to Support European Digital Innovation, Says Eric Schmidt

06/10/2015 10:24 AM ET
By Amir Mizroch and Ellen Emmerentze Jervell BERLIN-- Google chairman Eric Schmidt continued his company's European charm offensive by telling a gathering in Berlin that the Silicon Valley giant was ready to support the digital innovation coming out of Europe, but that the Continent had to get…

Economic Review

UPDATE: Five things to watch in June jobs report

07/01/2015 2:51 PM ET
By Jeffry Bartash, MarketWatch 225,000 job gain forecast, unemployment seen falling to 5.4% WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- Mounting evidence points to another strong increase in U.S. jobs in June. How strong? Here are five things that will give us a clue.

UPDATE: Faster job gains are great but bigger paychecks still await

06/28/2015 12:04 PM ET
By Jeffry Bartash, MarketWatch Economy needs higher pay to boost spending, U.S. growth WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- Like an assembly line, the U.S. has been churning out healthy job gains of more than 200,000 a month for over a year. The pickup in hiring is great, but it's not enough by itself to push the economy to greater heights.

UPDATE: U.S. economy shows signs of heating up -- but not sizzling

06/21/2015 12:04 PM ET
By Jeffry Bartash, MarketWatch U.S. can't shake up-and-down pattern WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- It's that time of year again: the U.S. economy is heating up along with the weather.

European Markets

EUROPE MARKETS: European Stocks Mark Worst Week Of The Year Ahead Of Greek Vote

07/03/2015 12:29 PM ET
By Carla Mozee, MarketWatch European stocks fell Friday, closing out their worst week so far this year with investors cautious ahead of Sunday's referendum over Greece's bailout. The Stoxx Europe 600 fell 0.5% to 383.42, with all sectors trapped in the red. The pan-European index for the week fell 3.4%, the sharpest weekly pullback since…

UPDATE: European stocks mark worst week of the year ahead of Greek vote

07/03/2015 12:29 PM ET
By Carla Mozee, MarketWatch European stocks fell Friday, closing out their worst week so far this year with investors cautious ahead of Sunday's referendum over Greece's bailout. The Stoxx Europe 600 fell 0.5% to 383.42, with all sectors trapped in the red. The pan-European index for the week fell 3.4%, the sharpest weekly pullback since…

EUROPE MARKETS: European Stocks Fall As Greece Keeps Investors Wary

07/02/2015 1:01 PM ET
By Carla Mozee, MarketWatch , Tommy Stubbington Electrolux slides as U.S. sues to block GE deal European stocks ended lower Thursday, with investors nervously watching the situation in Greece.
 
 
 
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