Dec 14, 2011

Marketplace Index for Wednesday, December 14, 2011

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The euro fell to $1.29 today, its lowest since January. Experts say it's a sign Europe is still hurting, despite last week's proposed treaty to crack down on budgets. Our Daily Pulse is lower on news that in a recent survey, two-thirds of CEOs of big U.S. companies indicated they won’t be adding jobs for the next six months.

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The Euro Slide

Dec 14, 2011
The euro fell to $1.29 today, its lowest since January. Experts say it's a sign Europe is still hurting, despite last week's proposed treaty to crack down on budgets.

New survey: CEOs aren't hiring

Dec 14, 2011
In a recent survey, two-thirds of CEOs of big U.S. companies indicated they won’t be adding jobs for the next six months.

The euro fell to $1.29 today, its lowest since January. Experts say it’s a sign Europe is still hurting, despite last week’s proposed treaty to crack down on budgets. Our Daily Pulse is lower on news that in a recent survey, two-thirds of CEOs of big U.S. companies indicated they won’t be adding jobs for the next six months.