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Marketwatch, June 6, 2018

Here's a look at the markets for June 6, 2018...

The Nikkei is up 86 points today in Japan.
The Dow lost 17 points Tuesday. 
The Nasdaq gained 31.

Medicare will run out of money sooner than expected, the government announced Tuesday. The program trustees said it will become insolvent in 20-26--three years earlier than previously forecast. The report also noted that Social Security will have to tap into its reserves this year - the first time that's happened since the Reagan administration.

Delaware became the first state outside of Nevada to allow sports gambling Tuesday. Governor John Carney made the first legal bet, wagering $10 on the Philadelphia Phillies to beat the Chicago Cubs. New Jersey, Mississippi and West Virginia could allow sports betting by the time the NFL season kicks off this fall.

And Jetblue is the latest airline making it harder to bring emotional-support animals on board. Starting in July, passengers must have forms from a veterinarian vouching for the animal's fitness and vaccinations. They'll also have to tell Jetblue two days in advance if they're traveling with a support animal.


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