RealMoney.com's DAILY BULLETIN

June 23, 2000

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Market Data as of Close, 6/22/00:

o Dow Jones Industrial Average: 10,344.30 down 153.44, -1.46%

o Nasdaq Composite Index: 3,957.19 down 106.82, -2.63%

o S&P 500: 1,448.86 down 30.27, -2.05%

o TSC Internet: 891.79 down 24.00, -2.62%

o Russell 2000: 519.09 down 8.52, -1.61%

o 30-Year Treasury: 103 29/32 unchanged , yield 5.981%

Companies in Today's Bulletin:

Microsoft (MSFT:Nasdaq)

Nokia (NOK:NYSE ADR)

Sprint (FON:NYSE)

Qualcomm (QCOM:Nasdaq)

WorldCom (WCOM:Nasdaq)

Mutual Funds: Janus Makes Big Bet on Telecom Sector

An April 30 snapshot shows the family of high-octane funds put money to work in Nokia, Texas Instruments and Enron.

http://www.thestreet.com/funds/funds/973619.html

Wrong! Tactics and Strategies: Keeping the Faith in Honeywell

The trader has made money here before and still likes this stock.

http://www.thestreet.com/p/comment/wrongtactics/973648.html

Telecom: WorldCom Says Wireless Is No Longer a Must, but Wall Street Wonders

The company's new stance suggests a drastic strategy change, but not everyone is buying it.

http://www.thestreet.com/tech/telecom/973641.html

Internet: Now E-Tail Analysts Are Worrying About the Top Line, Too

Not long ago, investors' anxiety centered on profits, or the lack thereof. Now revenue growth is at issue, too.

http://www.thestreet.com/tech/internet/973545.html

SiliconStreet.com: Microsoft Shows Off Its Vision of the Future

It's a really cool place, especially if you ignore that other reality taking shape back in Washington, D.C.

http://www.thestreet.com/p/comment/siliconstreet/973876.html

The TaskMaster: A Long-Term Headache

As the action in TI and Qualcomm/Nokia proves, it's rough sledding for long-term investors.

http://www.thestreet.com/p/comment/taskmaster/973842.html

Stocks to Watch: Stocks to Watch Friday: Micron Technology, Nabisco Group, AT&T, Rambus

http://www.thestreet.com/markets/stockwatch/973867.html

Bond Focus: Treasuries Shed Commodity-Related Losses as Stocks Sag

The latest buyback and false rumors about Greenspan failed to sway the bond market.

TO VIEW TSC'S ECONOMIC DATABANK, SEE: http://www.thestreet.com/markets/databank/962091.html

http://www.thestreet.com/markets/keynumbers/973268.html

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