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The economy added 103,000 jobs in December. Unemployment fell to 9.4 percent, largely because 260,000 adults dropped out of the labor force and are no longer counted as unemployed by the government.
The news that Starbucks is dropping the company name and the word "coffee" from its logo set off a media firestorm.
U.S. stock index futures shaved losses after news fewer jobs were created in December than expected, but the unemployment rate fell to 9.4 percent.
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A good many economists agree that American companies are on the verge of ramping up hiring, even as they disagree on how many jobs were created last month.
Stocks ended mixed as the Dow's rally skidded to a halt as retailers reported weaker-than-expected December sales. Verizon and Travelers slid, while Microsoft gained.
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Stocks traded mixed Thursday as technology stocks rose and retailers skidded following weaker-than-expected December sales. Verizon skidded, while Microsoft gained.
This is a great time for investors to hunt for good value plays, said Bill Smead, CEO and CIO of Smead Capital Management, and Harvey Neiman, portfolio manager of Neiman Large Cap Value Fund.
Despite those strong sales gains, why aren’t their stocks moving much to the upside?
Monsanto matched market expectations with its earnings results on Thursday and reaffirmed its financial goal for the full year. But Kevin Kirkeby of Standard & Poor’s said he still has a “hold” rating on the stock.
Stocks turned mixed as retail stocks skidded on news of weaker-than-expected December sales. Verizon and AT&T fell, while Boeing rose.
Improving expectations for the economy also will change investor perspectives, likely sending them to companies that do better as the outlook improves.
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2011 is going to be a better year for the economy than current consensus numbers indicate, said Byron Wien, vice chairman of Blackstone Advisory Partners.
U.S. stock index futures eased slightly, but remained higher, after jobless claims came in largely as expected.
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