Here’s a look at the markets for May 31, 2016…
The Nikkei was up 167 points in trading in Tokyo.
The U.S.stock market is gearing up again after the Memorial Day holiday.
Stocks rallied Friday
The Dow gained 44 points.
The Nasdaq was up 31.
Forbes has ranked the worst and best female CEO’s of S and P 500 companies by how their company’s stock performed.
Debra Cafaro of Healthcare real estate company Ventas came out on top with more than 2300 percent growth of shares.
Mary Barra of GM was reported lowest performing female CEO.
Members of the class of 2016 may be tempted to check out Pittsburgh. The Steel City topped Trulia and Linked-in’s graduate opportunity index, getting high marks for entry-level job openings and affordable rentals.
And soon your cell phone may be able to perform medical tasks.
U-Moove, based in Jerusalem, says its new software can tell whether you’ve had a concussion, do sobriety tests.. and maybe even detect terminal diseases.