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July 17, 2000

Market Data as of Close, 7/14/00:

o Dow Jones Industrial Average: 10,812.75 up 24.04, 0.22%

o Nasdaq Composite Index: 4,246.18 up 71.32, 1.71%

o S&P 500: 1,509.98 up 14.14, 0.95%

o TSC Internet: 862.47 up 42.04, 5.12%

o Russell 2000: 542.63 down 0.13, -0.02%

Companies in Today's Bulletin:

Microsoft (Nasdaq:MSFT)

Editor's Letter: The Coming Week on


Greenspan's testimony comes at a critical moment. Plus, the next market phase for Microsoft.

The Coming Week: One Eye on Earnings, the Other on Al

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Entering earnings season's busiest week, there's plenty to digest -- and fear -- including Greenspan.

The Coming Week in Europe: Germany Votes Tax Cut; Investors Say 'Wunderbar'

They see it helping to cut unemployment, spur mergers and jump-start Europe's idling economy.

The Coming Week in Asia: Sogo Bankruptcy Muddies Policy Waters

The Bank of Japan has its bathing suit unpacked, but the big chain's failure threatens its summer soak.

Wrong! Rear Echelon Revelations: State of the Web: Dot-Com Bounce-Back

The best trend last week was to cover the DOT and go long for the trade.

Marc Chandler: Unheeded Bailout Call Suggests Change in Japan's Lending Methods

Foreign investment houses are making inroads into capital markets, too. Also, Germany cuts corporate taxes.

This Week in IPOs: Don't Give Up

Small investors need determination. Airspan Networks, Genencor and SMTC stand out this week.

Jim Griffin: Of Minsky and Financial Spandex

The financial fabric can stretch almost grotesquely, and sometimes it snaps back.

Chat with John J. Edwards III on AOL's MarketTalk, hosted by Sage Monday, July 17, at 3:30 p.m. EDT. (Keyword: Live)

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