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Job Openings Jump, Alcoa Slams Wall Street & the WWE Streams Ahead

WWE's subscription numbers are up, U.S. job openings jumped to a seasonally adjusted 4.17 million, and Alcoa shares popped after it reported adjusted first quarter earnings.

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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