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The Dow, S&P and NASDAQ are all down for the week, as oil and weak U.S. jobs data roil the markets.

The equity markets were all down for the week, with the Dow down almost 400 points on Friday, as soaring oil prices and weak jobs data dominated the market.
-Bank of America , down almost 11% for the week, was the biggest drag by impact on the S&P 500.
-Boeing, down almost 12% for the week, was the biggest drag by impact on the Dow.



The S&P 500 sectors were all negative for the week with Energy and Materials the least negative and almost flat for the week.
-The Materials Sector was boosted by Monsanto up almost 7% for the week, and the Energy Sector was helped by Consol Energy up almost 6% for the week.
-The most negative sector was Financials, down more than 6% for the week, and Ambac Financial was the biggest laggard down more than 22% for the week.

The equity markets were all down for the week, with the Dow down almost 400 points on Friday, as soaring oil prices and weak jobs data dominated the market.
-Bank of America , down almost 11% for the week, was the biggest drag by impact on the S&P 500.
-Boeing, down almost 12% for the week, was the biggest drag by impact on the Dow.



Oil dominated the markets again this week hitting a new record close of $138.54 per barrel on Friday, up $10.75 for the day, breaking its $10 limit for the first time and recording the biggest two-day gain in the history of the NYMEX. A new intraday high of $139.12 was also hit, and oil is still trading in the electronic session.
-An analyst at Morgan Stanley calling for $150 per barrel oil by July 4th, and rising Middle East tensions helped push oil prices higher.

The equity markets were all down for the week, with the Dow down almost 400 points on Friday, as soaring oil prices and weak jobs data dominated the market.
-Bank of America , down almost 11% for the week, was the biggest drag by impact on the S&P 500.
-Boeing, down almost 12% for the week, was the biggest drag by impact on the Dow.




The U.S. Dollar plunged this week on the spike in oil prices and as weak US jobs data and inflation fears quashed any hopes of a US interest rate hike this year.
-The Dollar lost almost 1.5% against the Euro
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The equity markets were all down for the week, with the Dow down almost 400 points on Friday, as soaring oil prices and weak jobs data dominated the market.
-Bank of America , down almost 11% for the week, was the biggest drag by impact on the S&P 500.
-Boeing, down almost 12% for the week, was the biggest drag by impact on the Dow.



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