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Business this week

By Staff and Wire Reports
Published June 14, 2004

TODAY: Normal trading on the U.S. financial markets resumes; Tampa staffing company Kforce Inc. makes a presentation at Bear Stearns' 15th annual Technology Conference in New York; Gov. Jeb Bush hosts a town hall meeting on affordable health care options at the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg campus, Campus Activity Center at 9 a.m.

TUESDAY: Oracle Corp. reporting earnings; Tampa Port Authority board meeting; Labor Department reporting the consumer price index for May.

WEDNESDAY: Jabil Circuit, Inc. of St. Petersburg, MTS Medication Technologies of Clearwater and Best Buy Co. reporting earnings; Tampa Downtown Partnership annual meeting.

THURSDAY: Labor Department reporting weekly jobless claims; Freddie Mac reports mortgage rates; the index of leading economic indicators is released.

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