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-- under pressure from disappointing economic data from the US and abroad.
The Labor Department reporting just 69000.
Jobs were added in the month of may that's well below what economists expected.
In the prior two -- job gains were revised much lower that originally reported.
The unemployment rate ticked up to eight point 2% -- -- the 1% higher than the prior months.
And overnight manufacturing reports in China and the UK showed a slowdown and output raising fresh fears about the global economic recovery.
That S stocks kicking off June.
-- this after this Alan Mays suffered its worst month in two years.
Investors are flocking to the safety of treasuries once again and as those prices rise the yields are falling to record lows.
The dollar continues rally against most major currencies as another haven.
And that's inning dollar denominated commodities including crude oil prices lower that though is expected to keep prices falling at the -- Verizon is buying his -- -- or 612 million bucks in cash that's nearly triple yesterday's closing price for -- news.
The deal would give Verizon an entry to the growing market for GPS tracking communications and safety features in cars.
The board of Sara Lee has approved plans to separate the company's international coffee and -- business.
That clears the way to pay a special dividend and do a reverse stock split and that will change the value of an investor stake -- -- -- fewer shares at a higher price.
Plus get shares in the newly spun off beverage company.
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