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SEC Pushes Ahead With New Insider Trading Rules's DAILY BULLETIN

July 4, 2000

Market Data as of 7/3/00, 1:32 PM ET:

o Dow Jones Industrial Average: 10,560.67 up 112.78, 1.08%

o Nasdaq Composite Index: 3,991.93 up 25.82, 0.65%

o S&P 500: 1,469.32 up 14.72, 1.01%

o TSC Internet: 847.02 up 5.18, 0.62%

o Russell 2000: 524.04 up 6.81, 1.32%

o 30-Year Treasury: 105 08/32 up 10/32, yield 5.862%

Companies in Today's Bulletin:Deutsche Telekom (DT:NYSE ADR)

WorldCom (WCOM:Nasdaq)

Sprint (FON:NYSE)

Cisco Systems (CSCO:Nasdaq)

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