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MarketWatch - Monday, Dec. 30, 2013

CBSNews -- Target says pin numbers were stolen in the data breach and Twitter stock fell.
CBSNews -- Target says pin numbers were stolen in the data breach and Twitter stock fell.

Target says that customers who had their names and card numbers stolen in a massive security breach also had pin numbers taken.

The company issued a statement saying it is confident that those numbers are "safe and secure.” Target had previously said that pin numbers were not taken in the breach.

More than a million Americans who have been collecting unemployment benefits are losing them in the wake of the recession.

Extended benefits meant the jobless could collect their checks for longer periods of time. Federal unemployment benefits will now return to pre-recession levels.

The market's winning streak finally came to an end after six straight days of gains and a record setting week for the Dow.

Stocks closed down slightly in a light day of trading. When the bell rang Friday the Dow Jones industrial average lost two points the NASDAQ lost 10.

It will be a shorter week on Wall Street. Markets will be closed Wednesday for New Year's Day.

Social media giant Twitter took a tumble Friday, after soaring in recent days the stock fell by more than 13 percent. That's the biggest single day drop since Twitter’s IPO.

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