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Monday, September 26, 2016
Checked 10:45 AM; Last Updated 9:10 AM CDT; 14:10 GMT
 

 

Finances
Apple News
  • "Apple Is Now Boring Enough to Buy for This $37 Billion Fund Manager" Bloomberg 7:50 AM
Industry News
  • "U.S. stocks tumble ahead of Clinton-Trump debate: Wall Street stocks slumped in early trade Monday as a risk-averse atmosphere gripped investors ahead of the first U.S. presidential debate and an important meeting of major global oil producers." MarketWatch 9:11 AM
  • "Facebook's plan to fight terrorism: Facebook is working with students from Afghanistan, Pakistan and countries all over the world to combat extremism in their communities. CNNMoney's Laurie Segall sits down with Facebook's head of product policy, Monika Bickert, to talk about the effort." CNNMoney 9:11 AM
  • "Stocks Open Lower As Oil Rises; Smith & Wesson, Cal-Maine Dive: Stocks slouched for a weak start Monday as the market geared for the third-quarter's final trading week." Investor's Business Daily 9:10 AM
  • "Twitter shares surge on report of Google talks" USA Today 9:10 AM
  • "Why Are Oil Prices Rebounding? Oil rallied on Monday as the world's largest producers gathered in Algeria to discuss ways to support the market, with nervous trade driving volatility to its highest since exporters met in April." FOXBusiness 9:08 AM
  • "Stocks Down as Bank Shares Fall: U.S. stocks declined broadly Monday, led by losses in the financial sector and deepening Friday's downturn in global markets." WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 9:06 AM
  • "Asian stocks fall, with Japanese shares hurt by Kuroda policy remarks: Asian shares were broadly lower Monday, as traders largely gave up hope for an oil breakthrough this week and as the Bank of Japan flagged that it remained committed to negative rates." MarketWatch 9:05 AM
  • "European stocks tumble as oil, Deutsche Bank shares slump: European stocks slid Monday, with a selloff in oil and gas shares and in German lender Deutsche Bank AG pushing the market's benchmark toward its biggest daily loss in almost three months." MarketWatch 9:04 AM