RealMoney.com's DAILY BULLETIN
June 19, 2000
Market Data as of Close, 6/16/00:
o Dow Jones Industrial Average: 10,475.46 down 239.36, -2.23%
o Nasdaq Composite Index: 3,832.36 down 13.38, -0.35%
o S&P 500: 1,460.70 down 17.90, -1.21%
o TSC Internet: 890.76 down 5.31, -0.59%
o Russell 2000: 510.15 down 2.10, -0.41%
o 30-Year Treasury: 105 08/32 up 26/32, yield 5.875%
Companies in Today's Bulletin:
Deutsche Telekom (DT:NYSE ADR)
Editor's Letter: The Coming Week on
Get ready for our Analyst Rankings -- Equity 2000 survey.
Wrong! Rear Echelon Revelations: State of the Web: A Change of Control
Greedy nostalgia is slowing consolidation in the Net sector.
The Coming Week: Amid a News Vacuum, Wall Street Plots a Summer Rally
With few near-term events to watch for, market players are counting on the Fed to provide a rally-friendly environment.
The Coming Week in Europe: Sale of Deutsche Telekom Shares a Milestone of Global Proportions
But the company's still unsettled strategy abroad threatens to overshadow the event.
The Coming Week in Asia: NTT and the Election
Election-minded politicians talk tough about Japan's telephone monopoly.
Market Features: Sector Spotlight: Down to the Wireless
Among leading mobile phone companies, the race for wireless Internet supremacy is on.
Tech Savvy: Dad's Rules: Good Old Common Sense for New Economy Investing
Lessons learned at my father's knee have proven worth keeping and passing on, though times have changed.
Chat with John J. Edwards III on AOL's MarketTalk, hosted by Sage Monday, June 19 at 3:30 p.m. EDT. (Keyword: Live)
Chat with James J. Cramer on AOL Tuesday, June 20 at 5 p.m. EDT. (Keyword: Live)
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