June 19-25 - TheStreet

The June 22 Bond Focus,

Treasuries Shed Commodity-Related Losses as Stocks Sag, incorrectly reported that initial jobless claims fell to 296,000 from 312,000. Those were the previous week's numbers. In the latest week, initial claims rose to 312,000 from a revised 297,000 the previous week. (

corrected June 23

)

A June 22 story,

Cracking the Wall Street Research Monopoly, incorrectly said that a report on

Rambus

(RMBS:Nasdaq) set a price target of 4000 by Oct. 1, 2001, on a day that the stock closed at 445 1/16. It did not account for Rambus' 4-for-1 stock split on June 15. That would put the price target at a split-adjusted 1000 and the stock closing price at a split-adjusted 111 17/64.

(corrected June 22)

The June 21 On the Level,

Cutting Through the Macro With a Micro Focus: One Hedgie's Take, incorrectly referred to the "late and great investment analyst and counselor Philip A. Fisher." In fact, Fisher is alive. (

corrected June 22

)

The June 19

Analyst Rankings -- Equity 2000

survey listed Keith Dunne of

Robertson Stephens

as second place in the Electronic Equipment & Instruments category. In fact, his score tied him for first place. In addition, this change raised the overall firm score for Robertson Stephens from 68.71 to 69.95; the firm's rank of 11 remains unchanged. Relevant charts have been changed accordingly. (

corrected June 20

)

The June 19 On Tap Today,

Trade Balance Released; Lockups, Quiet Periods End, incorrectly said the April international trade figures would be released June 19. In fact, the figures are set for release June 20. (

corrected June 19

)

An early version of the June 19

Market Story incorrectly described

Vivendi

(VVDIY:Nasdaq ADR) and

Canal Plus

as British companies. In fact, the companies are French. (

corrected June 19

)