The Street was hit with just a smattering of economic data this moring. The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) reported that nonmanufacturing sectors of the U.S. economy grew in October. The ISM nonmanufacturing index rose to 55.8% last month from 54.8% in September. Analysts had predicted a decline to 54%. The employment index fell to 51.8% from 52.7% in September. New orders rose to 55.7% from 53.4% in the prior month. The price index declined to 63.5% from 66.1%.