RealMoney.com's DAILY BULLETIN
July 18, 2000
Market Data as of Close, 7/17/00:
o Dow Jones Industrial Average: 10,804.27 down 8.48, -0.08%
o Nasdaq Composite Index: 4,274.67 up 28.49, 0.67%
o S&P 500: 1,510.49 up 0.51, 0.03%
o TSC Internet: 896.40 up 33.93, 3.93%
o Russell 2000: 545.18 up 2.55, 0.47%
o 30-Year Treasury: 104 19/32 down 17/32, yield 5.913%
Companies in Today's Bulletin:
America Online (AOL:NYSE)
General Mills (GIS:NYSE)
Diageo (DEO:NYSE ADR)
Commerce One (CMRC:Nasdaq)
Telecom: AOL Takes a Wait-and-See Approach to Wireless Internet Access
The Internet giant sidesteps the upcoming high-speed wireless spectrum auction.
General: NASD Charges Two Day-Trading Firms With Securities Violations
The moves come as government and industry regulars have been increasing their scrutiny of day-trading firms.
Banking: Solid Earnings Fail to Brighten Bank of America's Outlook
Several analysts remain worried about the bank's credit position.
Banking: Everything You Need to Know About Regional Banks, Part 2: Loan Losses
As earnings reports roll in, you should know why Wall Streeters react the way they do.
Bond Focus: Treasuries' Slide Continues as Investors Fret About the Fed
A minor economic report pointed to a faster second-quarter growth rate.
To view the TSC Economic Databank, see: http://www.thestreet.com/markets/databank/999263.html
Internet: Commerce One Report Has Ariba's Giant Footsteps to Follow
B2B leader Ariba's 2Q pulled up Commerce One's stock, but now its numbers must stand alone.
Technical Forum: A Lonely Trader Needs a Friendly Ear
Have somebody to vent to when the going gets rough.
The Market Story: Today's Market: Dow Gives Back Late-Day Gains, but Nasdaq Ends Higher
TheStreet.com Internet Sector index up 3.9%.
Tobacco shares continue to wheeze.
Stocks to Watch: Monday's Winners & Losers: General Mills, Harmon Industries, Anesta, Mercator Software
Join Tech Savvy Columnist Jim Seymour for a chat on RealMoney.com at 5 p.m. EDT Thursday, July 20. He'll discuss the latest on DSL, Microsoft and all that is tech.
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