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World markets

Shanghai 2,185.30 -16.26 (-0.74%)
Nikkei 225 15,523.11 -97.66 (-0.63%)
Hang Seng Index 24,532.43 -224.42 (-0.91%)
TSEC 9,266.51 -49.34 (-0.53%)
FTSE 100 6,679.18 -50.93 (-0.76%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,072.57 -42.94 (-1.38%)
CAC 40 4,202.78 -43.36 (-1.02%)
S&P TSX 15,158.51 -172.22 (-1.12%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,556.40 -76.50 (-1.36%)
BSE Sensex 25,480.84 -414.13 (-1.60%)
TA25 1,392.45 -6.34 (-0.45%)
KOSPI 2,073.10 -3.02 (-0.15%)
SMI 8,410.27 -87.11 (-1.03%)
ATX 2,280.69 -29.75 (-1.29%)
IBOVESPA 55,392.07 -437.34 (-0.78%)
SET 1,500.20 -2.19 (-0.15%)
BIST100 82,093.94 -62.93 (-0.08%)
IBEX 10,514.00 -193.20 (-1.80%)
WIG 50,390.94 +353.82 (0.71%)
TASI 10,214.73 0.00 (0.00%)
MERVAL 6,584.03 -297.58 (-4.32%)

Currencies

EUR/USD 1.3429 +0.0040 (0.30%)
USD/JPY 102.4750 -0.3100 (-0.30%)
GBP/USD 1.6832 -0.0054 (-0.32%)
USD/CAD 1.0911 +0.0005 (0.05%)
USD/HKD 7.7500 0.0000 (0.00%)
USD/CNY 6.1798 +0.0056 (0.09%)
AUD/USD 0.9307 +0.0012 (0.13%)

Bonds

3 Month 0.02% +0.01 (100.00%)
6 Month 0.04% -0.01 (-20.00%)
2 Year 0.47% -0.02 (-4.08%)
5 Year 1.67% -0.04 (-2.34%)
10 Year 2.49% -0.05 (-1.97%)
30 Year 3.28% -0.05 (-1.50%)
US Adds 209000 Jobs in July, Unemployment Rate at 6.2%
The U.S. added 209,000 jobs in July, less than anticipated but further evidence that the U.S. labor market is holding onto momentum after years of fits and starts following the 2008 financial crisis and deep recession that followed.
Economy adds 209000 jobs in July. Is Wall Street growing frustrated?  
Why A Higher Unemployment Rate Is Actually Good News This Time  
Market Chart
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Top stories

Strong sport-utility vehicle demand sent Ford Motor Co. (F)'s sales up 9.5 percent in July, exceeding estimates, while Chrysler Group LLC, Nissan Motor Co.
Investing.com - The dollar turned broadly lower against the other major currencies on Friday, as the release of disappointing U.S.
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Spending on U.S. construction projects fell by 1.8% in June, with the decline coming almost entirely in commercial projects, the government said Friday.
WASHINGTON�Consumer spending advanced modestly in June, the latest signal that the economy regained altitude during the second quarter.
A measure of U.S. consumer confidence slipped in July although it remained at levels signaling further gains in consumer spending.

Trends

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Sector Change % down / up
Energy -0.89%
Basic Materials -0.62%
Industrials -0.50%
Cyclical Cons. Goods ... -0.46%
Non-Cyclical Cons. Goods... +0.33%
Financials -0.76%
Healthcare -0.61%
Technology -0.66%
Telecommunications Servi... -0.61%
Utilities +0.13%