A daily morning look at the financial stories you need to know to start the day
-Futures are higher after yesterday's big rally and a new debt deal for Greece.
-Mortgage apps jumped 2.3% last week on actual home buying, not refinancing.
-Gold is at a seven-week low.
-CEOs at the biggest US companies got a 4.5% raise last year, on average.
-Crude oil is up 1% and at the $49/barrel level.
-Gasoline prices rose another penny to $2.30/gallon, national average.
-Shell is cutting another 2,200 jobs.
-Protesters threw rocks at police officers and police horses at a Donald Trump rally in Albuquerque, NM.
-The Democrats are considering dumping DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz before the convention.
The California primary is in 12 days and voters say the economy is the top issue.
-HP Enterprise planning a spinoff of its tech services business and to merge it with Computer Sciences Corp. in an $8.5 billion deal.
-Microsoft is cutting 1,850 jobs from what's left of its smartphone business. Most of the cuts will be in Finland.
-Apple is looking to compete with Amazon's Echo with a new Siri-based app.
-The F-35 stealth fighter is facing delays on testing because of stubborn software installation issues.
-A new report shows the trio of Israel, South Korea, and Brazil are challenging the big Western countries' dominance in the defense industry.