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July 8, 2000

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

o Dow Jones Industrial Average: 10,635.98 up 154.51, 1.47%; up 1.8% for the week

o Nasdaq Composite Index: 4,023.20 up 62.63, 1.58%; up 1.4% for the week

o S&P 500: 1,478.90 up 22.23, 1.53%; up 1.7% for the week

o TSC Internet: 807.11 down 18.19, -2.20%; down 4.1% for the week

o Russell 2000: 528.22 up 4.90, 0.94%; up 2.1% for the week

o 30-Year Treasury: 105 11/32 up 19/32, yield 5.859%

Companies in Today's Bulletin:


Hewlett-Packard (HWP:NYSE)

Goldman Sachs (GS:NYSE)

Merrill Lynch (MER:NYSE)

Internet: Yahoo! Wading Further Into the Free-Internet Waters

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After the successful experiment, it's signing up additional retailers for the free-ISP service.

Online Brokers: SEC Probes Outages and Delays at Online Brokers

The agency is asking several firms for information on trading glitches experienced by online investors.

Wrong! Tactics and Strategies: When the Street Speaks

You can use what you hear to your advantage or you can bail. It's up to you.

The TaskMaster: What a Week: Thank God for Friday's Action

With the Fed threat fading and preannouncements behind us, can we get a summer rally with legs?

Europe: A Tangled Web of Global Wireless Alliances

Mobile-phone service firms need well-defined roles in partnerships to ensure long-term success.

Telecom: Squeeze on Broadband Stocks Pushing a Hot IPO to Back Burner

Analysts expect superfast ISP Flashcom's deal to be delayed amid a selloff in the sector.

Stocks to Watch: Stocks to Watch Monday: H.J. Heinz, AES, Westfield America

The Nagourney Global Report: In the Chips

Investors in semiconductor stocks were left a little breathless this week, but underlying fundamentals remain strong.

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