U.S. stocks fell Tuesday after disappointing results at blue-chip companies like Microsoft and Caterpillar sparked concerns about the strong dollar’s drag on earnings growth. Geoff Rogow joins the News Hub.
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In a world of tablets, phablets and laptops, is there room for a powerful desktop? WSJ’s Geoff Fowler reviews the iMac with 5K retina display with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Apple
The tech industry and its consumers have their eyes on Apple Pay after it launched with some holes in its system. WSJ’s Brian Fitzgerald and Simon Constable discuss. Photo: Apple
Samsung’s third-quarter operating profit likely fell as much as 62% from a year earlier. How much is this due to Apple? Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster and Tanya Rivero discuss. Photo: Getty
Apple among stocks to watch Friday, meanwhile Oracle and Smith & Wesson stocks are on the decline. Emma Moody joins Michael Casey to discuss. Photo: Getty
China is still the champ, and that means buy Apple and other consumer-related stocks, while Nigerian tech companies could be the next big thing, said economist Jim O’Neill. He also explains why he is keen on investing in emerging markets, but is keeping his distance from Russia for now.
Amazon entered the streaming media with Fire TV, which will take on Google’s Chromecast and Apple TV. How will it stand apart from the pack? Heard on the Street’s Miriam Gottfried joins digits. Photo: Amazon.
Weekly jobless claims down 26,000 to 323,000 (expected 335,000). Plus, the Bank of England decides to leave interest rates unchanged at 0.5%. MarketWatch’s Sital Patel joins the News Hub with more details. Photo: AP.