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Monday, October 5, 2015
Checked 12:10 PM; Last Updated 12:10 PM CDT; 17:10 GMT


Apple News
  • "Here's One Reason Why Apple Stock is Lower Today" TheStreet 12:07 PM
  • "Apple's stock falls, bucking broad market gains, after Citigroup cuts iPhone sales outlook" MarketWatch 9:57 AM
  • "Why Apple Inc's iPhone 6s Sales Failed to Impress Investors" The Motley Fool 8:52 AM
Industry News
  • "Stocks gain after weak jobs count lowers odds of rate hike: U.S. stocks look to follow global shares higher to kick off the new week as investors view a Federal Reserve interest rate hike this year as less likely after Friday's weak jobs report raised questions about the pace of U.S. growth." USA Today 7:40 AM
  • "Stocks: 4 things to know before the open" CNNMoney 7:39 AM
  • "Stock Futures Climb as Global Markets Rally: Stock futures followed global markets higher on Monday to extend Friday's rally. Equities rose to end last week despite a weaker-than-expected jobs report that triggered fears the U.S. economy was on shaky ground." TheStreet 7:38 AM
  • "U.S. Reaches Trade Deal With 11 Pacific Nations: The U.S., Japan and 10 countries around the Pacific reached a historic accord Monday to lower trade barriers to goods and services and set commercial rules of the road for two-fifths of the global economy, officials said." [Paid Membership Required] 7:37 AM
  • "Asia Markets: Asian shares mostly lower ahead of U.S. jobs data/Asian stock markets were mixed Friday, as investors looked to a coming jobs report in the U.S. for clues about when the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates." MarketWatch 7:35 AM
  • "Europe Markets: European stocks on track for a two-week high/European stock markets kicked off the week sharply higher on Monday, with a jump in commodity prices and for resource companies helping to bolster the region's bourses." MarketWatch 7:34 AM