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UPDATE: U.S. stocks decline as Greece uncertainty lingers

07/06/2015 4:33 PM ET
By Anora Mahmudova and Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch U.S. stocks ended Monday's choppy session slightly lower as global equities came under pressure after Greece on Sunday rejected its international lenders' bailout terms and moved closer to a potential exit from the eurozone.

MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks Decline As Greece Uncertainty Lingers

07/06/2015 4:33 PM ET
By Anora Mahmudova and Sara Sjolin, MarketWatch U.S. stocks ended Monday's choppy session slightly lower as global equities came under pressure after Greece on Sunday rejected its international lenders' bailout terms and moved closer to a potential exit from the eurozone.

MARKET SNAPSHOT: Alcoa, Pepsi, Walgreens Earnings To Kick Off Season

07/05/2015 8:02 AM ET
By Wallace Witkowski, MarketWatch Another losing quarter predicted, but less low-balling than usual Investor attention will swing back to quarterly earnings this week as another season starts off, heralded by the earnings report of Alcoa Inc. on Wednesday.

Bond Report

UPDATE: Treasury yields fall to two-week low on heels of Greek vote

07/06/2015 3:50 PM ET
By Ellie Ismailidou, MarketWatch Treasury prices rose on Monday, pushing yields to their lowest levels since June 19, as the overwhelming rejection of Greece's bailout proposal in a dramatic vote Sunday (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/in-rebuke-to-europe-greeks-vote-resounding-no-to-bailout-terms-2015-07-05) sparked a flight-to-quality in…

BOND REPORT: Treasury Yields Fall To Two-week Low On Heels Of Greek Vote

07/06/2015 3:50 PM ET
By Ellie Ismailidou, MarketWatch Treasury prices rose on Monday, pushing yields to their lowest levels since June 19, as the overwhelming rejection of Greece's bailout proposal in a dramatic vote Sunday (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/in-rebuke-to-europe-greeks-vote-resounding-no-to-bailout-terms-2015-07-05) sparked a flight-to-quality in…

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. …

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

Minutes to help crack code of Fed rate strategy

07/05/2015 1:16 PM ET
By Greg Robb, MarketWatch WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- Traders were not sure what to make of the last press conference from Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen. Was she setting the stage for a rate hike in September or suggesting the central bank was more likely to wait until the winter for a move? You can find economists and investors in…

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.

European Markets

UPDATE: European stocks knocked down as Greek voters say no to creditors' demands

07/06/2015 12:12 PM ET
By Carla Mozee, MarketWatch Bond yields climb, euro falls against rivals European stocks dropped Monday, with investors questioning what's next for Greece and the eurozone after Greek voters overwhelmingly rejected reform plans demanded by creditors to the debt-laden country.

EUROPE MARKETS: European Stocks Knocked Down As Greek Voters Say No To Creditors' Demands

07/06/2015 12:12 PM ET
By Carla Mozee, MarketWatch Bond yields climb, euro falls against rivals European stocks dropped Monday, with investors questioning what's next for Greece and the eurozone after Greek voters overwhelmingly rejected reform plans demanded by creditors to the debt-laden country.

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…
 
 
 
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