MarketWatch for Monday, June 2, 2014

By CBS News

Published 06/02 2014 05:37AM

Updated 06/02 2014 05:43AM

If you're keeping on top of the stock markets this morning, Monday, June 2, 2014...

The Nikkei has a big day, gaining 303 points in trading in Japan.
On Wall Street, the Dow added 18 points by the close of trading Friday.
The Nasdaq lost 5.
Several important economic reports will be released in the next few days.
We'll find out how the construction business is doing, how busy factories are, and how many vehicles automakers are selling.
And on Friday the government will reveal the latest job numbers.
April's report beat expectations, and the unemployment rate saw a big drop, to 6.3 percent.

Apple's annual conference kicks off Monday…and there's plenty of speculation about what new technology will be revealed.
There are reports the company will unveil software that allows users to control home devices and appliances with an iPhone or iPad.
The conference comes right after Apple bought beats music for $3 billion.

Film companies, museums and city officials in new mexico are fighting over video games.
Atari video games were dug up from an old landfill last month.
A film crew working on a documentary about video games recovered them.
Now, city officials are trying to determine if some of the games should go to the companies that paid for the excavation,  museums for historical purposes, or should be sold.

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