Money & Markets modules for Friday, July 6


The Labor Department reports its monthly snapshot of hiring by nonfarm employers. The Commerce Department issues its latest measure of the nation's trade deficit. Oilfield services company Baker Hughes releases its weekly tally of U.S. oil and natural gas rigs.


U.S. aerospace giant Boeing and Brazilian jet maker Embraer say they plan to form a joint venture that would push Boeing more aggressively into the regional aircraft market.


Nike regains its footing

Nike is regaining its footing in the athletic market, and reclaiming share on its home turf it had lost to smaller European rival Adidas.


Embraer (ERJ)

International Speedway (ISCA)

Praxair (PX)


Barnes & Noble (BKS)

Brookfield Infrastructure Partners (BIP)

Intel (INTC)

Anadarko Petroleum (APC)


American Funds Invmt Co of America (AIVSX)

A recent change has seen the number of analysts supporting this fund double. It retains its "relatively conservative growth-and-income" mandate, Morningstar says.

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