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MarketWatch : Financial Services Travel Stocks Climb in a broadly higher FTSE

INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES London Markets: Travel stocks climb in broadly higher FTSE   By Sarah Turner MarketWatch Travel stocks climb in London, with TUI Travel leading a broad advance for the top index after a broker upgrade.  See full story

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS : MarketWatch.- Industry Financial Services.- Chuck Jaffe: Don't bank on money funds. May 29th, 2010

INDUSTRY: FINANCIAL SERVICES Chuck Jaffe: Don't bank on money funds By Chuck Jaffe MarketWatch 5/30/2010 12:01:00 PM New rules to increase the safety of money market funds went into place this week. They won’t make anyone buy a money market fund; in fact, they could make both investors and some fund companies wonder why they are bothering with money funds at all.  See full story Israel Stocks: Israel stocks steady; Elron closes a deal By Robert Daniel MarketWatch 5/30/2010 9:15:00 AM Israeli stocks are steady near the close on Sunday, with gains within the financial stocks, including the insurers and the two biggest banks, Leumi and Hapoalim, offset by weakness in Teva Pharmaceutical and key tech company Nice.  See full story Economic Preview: Job growth may downshift a bit in May By Greg Robb MarketWatch 5/30/2010 9:00:00 AM There will be a lot of moving parts when the May unemployment report is released on Friday, but

MarketWatch. Industry Financial Services Early Morning News. May 25th, 2010

  (INDUSTRY: FINANCIAL SERVICES) London Markets: British shares fall through key level By Sarah Turner MarketWatch 5/25/2010 5:03:00 AM The FTSE 100 falls below the 5,000 level for the first time since late last year on Tuesday, pulled down by heavy losses for banks and miners.  See full story (INDUSTRY: FINANCIAL SERVICES) Europe Markets: Spanish, Korean fears slam Europe stocks By Sarah Turner MarketWatch 5/25/2010 3:49:00 AM European shares fell sharply on Tuesday, with banks and miners taking the brunt of the selling as investors fretted over tensions in Korea as well as problems with debt burdens and bank balance sheets closer to home.  See full story