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Jobs Reports, New iPhone: Hot Trends

Jobs report, new iPhone, 'oil spill Florida,' McDonald's and Netflix login are the hottest searches on Google Monday morning.
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NEW YORK (

TheStreet

) -- "Oil spill Florida" continues to be a popular search phrase as the

BP

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oil leak touched down on the state's shores.

While beaches have not been closed, tar balls are rolling onto the sand and sticking to anything they touch, making for a difficult clean up, according to reports.

Florida is the fourth state to become affected by the oil spill, which began in April after Deepwater Horizon exploded.

BP said today that the cost of cleaning up the mess has reached $1.25 billion.

McDonald's

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is a trending topic Monday, as the fast-food chain is expected to report higher monthly sales results on Tuesday.

Janney Capital Markets analysts Mark Kalinowski said he expects McDonald's to post a 3.1% uptick in sales, while RW Baird analyst David E. Tarantino is calling for a 3.5% jump.

Last week, McDonald's said it was recalling 12 million promotional

Shrek

glasses because they contain cadmium, a toxic metal.

Last week's jobs report is still at the forefront of people's minds heading into Monday trading. On Friday, the Dow closed below 10,000 after the Labor Department said nonfarm payrolls added 431,000 new jobs in May, below the 500,000 economists expected. The majority of these new jobs were actually temporary census workers.

The unemployment rate edged down to 9.7%.

Anticipation is building around

Apple's

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Worldwide Developers Conference, as it is expected to unveil its new iPhone.

As a result, phrases like "iPhone HD" and "iPhone 4G" are dominating Google searches Monday morning.

"

Netflix

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login" is also a hot search, though it is unclear why people are typing in the phrase.

The chatter on Main Street (a.k.a. Google) is always of interest to investors on Wall Street. Thus, each day, TheStreet compiles the stories that are trending on Google, and highlights the news that could make stocks move.

-- Reported by Jeanine Poggi in New York.