WWE announced Monday its streaming network has over 600,000 subscribers and is well on its way to reaching 1 million, making it the fastest-growing digital subscription service ever. Meanwhile, the Labor Department said U.S. job openings jumped 299,000 in February to a seasonally adjusted 4.17 million, the highest level in six years. Finally, Alcoa shares popped after it reported adjusted first quarter earnings of $.09 per share, beating Wall Street's $.05 cent estimate.

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