Marketwatch, June 28, 2018

Here's a look at the markets for June 28, 2018...

The Nikkei is down about a point today in Tokyo.
Wednesday, the Dow lost 165 points.
The Nasdaq also dropped 116 points. 

The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that government workers cannot be forced to contribute to unions to help pay for collective bargaining. Unions are calling it a major blow to organized labor. In a 5 to 4 decision, the court said it's a violation of the first amendment to force workers to support unions whose messages go against their beliefs.
Apple and Samsung have settled their long-running patent battle. The two phone giants have been fighting in court since 2011 over the designs and functionality of their smartphones. They told a court that they 'have agreed to drop and settle their remaining claims and counterclaims' but didn't specify what the terms of the settlement are.

And Dunkin Donuts is rolling out a new item nationwide next week--donut fries. The coffee-chain says they're made from croissant-style doughnut dough and tossed in cinnamon sugar. Starting Monday you can get five for $2.

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