Stock Market update -July 5th

The market dropped on Monday, but recovered about half of the loss by Thursday. Continued concerns about Greece and China, and now even Puerto Rico has the market on edge. The monthly Jobs report came in below expectations.

The market seems to be getting tired at this level, and we may very well start to see a pullback depending on earnings.

New all time highs:    CMCSA, CB, CAG, DIS, DTV, DNKN, GIS, IBKR, MDLZ, NKE, SKX, 
All time lows:  GRUB, LC
Pops    ,      Drops:   
Mergers/Deals:  Chubb to be acquired, HUM to be acquired by AET 

Next week:  Economic reports,   
Earnings:     AA, 
This week's charts:

S&P 500 -dropping?
10yr Interest Rates -rising
Labor Force Participation Rate (10 year chart)

Commodities/Futures (charts):
Natural Gas was unchangedclosing at $2.77
Crude Oil droppedclosing near $55.52
Gold was down, closing near $1167 -holding below $1200
The 30 year Bond rallied, closing near 150.18
The US Dollar was upclosing at 96.29

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