MarketWatch for Wednesday, June 4, 2014

By CBS News

Published 06/04 2014 05:57AM

Updated 06/04 2014 05:58AM

If you're keeping on top of the stock markets this morning, Wednesday, June 4, 2014...

The Nikkei is up 34 points today in Japan.
The Dow closed down 21 points.
And the Nasdaq lost 8.

Wall Street will get an idea of how many people American businesses are hiring when the payroll company
ADP releases its latest results later this morning. The U.S. Labor Department releases its monthly jobs report Friday.
On Tuesday, the major U.S. auto makers reported a big boost in sales… the positive news wasn't enough to move the markets forward.

Pizza chain Sbarro hopes it has developed a new recipe for success.
The company just exited bankruptcy protection after a judge approved its reorganization plan.
Sbarro shut down 155 locations this spring and is moving its headquarters from New York to Ohio to save money.

Some coffee at the grocery store is about to cost more.
The company that sells both Folgers and Dunkin Donuts packaged coffee says it is increasing prices about 9 percent in supermarkets.
The reason: The price of coffeee beans has soared this year mostly because of a fungus and drought in Central and South America.

And Google Glass is getting a make-over from well known fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg. Google has unveiled a new line of glasses that gives new meaning to geek chic. The glasses go on sale June 23rd and can be purchased on the Google Glass website or through the online fashion portal net A Porter. They will cost about $1,600.

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