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3XSQ: Apple, Federal Reserve vie for attention

Thursday, September 13, 2012 - 04:16

Sep 13 - Analysts raising their price targets on Apple after it releases the iPhone 5 while the Fed to announce another round of stimulus today.

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I had the iPhone 5 picks up speed and parents tries to read applying dating. Later in the show. -- three Times Square this Thursday from Reuters -- headquarters in New York. The iPhone 5 going on sale September 21 US UK Japan and other countries. It will reach 100 nations by the end of 2012. Making it the quit international rollout for iphones so far. That have to roll out leading several analysts to raise their sales forecast that up their price target on the stock. Including Sterne Agee went up to its target 220. Dollars from eight modify. Our power player today pets and how the day though it could be Apple's Tim Cook. Seen here from the head down if the stock soared more. Ben Bernanke negative that he could stimulate the economy with the purchase of an iPhone. JPMorgan does expect the phone sales to boost GDP already. It's a news conference at 1230 following -- -- that meeting economists expect the Central Bank announced another round of bond buying and his QE3. They also see the Fed announcing it plans to delay any rate hike until at least -- fifteen. From the current projection of 2014. Craig Smith. Former Goldman Sachs banker who resigned from the investment firm and -- with -- op Ed about Goldman's quest for profits at any cost. As the one who's at his former colleagues mocked their clients by calling them Muppets. -- -- Smith himself is looking to cash it. He got a new book coming out called why -- left Goldman Sachs and reportedly received a one and a half million dollar advance. The tell all -- Protestant stories about shenanigans during his internship. Excesses from the real estate boom in apparently there's also something in there about hot -- in Las Vegas. Some celebrities breathing a sigh of relief following a decision by the Swiss government are urging him either joins us from London OJ. And on that well Imus and good news bad news for the super rich elites and so is Clinton depending on which way you look at that. The some might say you think you have to fuel Saudi for them and the deepest darkest economic crisis in eighteen years. We will have to pay more tax and that adopted home of -- wins this hospitable and parliament last night. Now of course hustle in this home to more than 5000 wealthy -- Many of them celebrities like Formula One driver. Michael Schumacher and pop stars. Phil Collins and T not summed up and many others have come from fronts. And that number could rise due to proposals for a 75%. Tax on income above one million euros although this week. France's richest man -- and I'm -- among the Fonda. From his decision to -- Belgian nationality somewhat implausible he said that had nothing to do with these proposals far higher taxes. But I spoke those wealthy farmers and Switzerland's. Could've been a lot -- they will still receive favorable treatment -- parliament voted against. A proposal to scrap the tax breaks altogether up so Rhonda I think it sent several champagnes all -- on the house. I'll take it and it's Amy -- Perhaps -- only think fifth in the city of check out this Paris shopping experience offered by different dating site. All bachelor's post profiles online and strike oppose any feeding shop store front. That women don't look -- disappointed in dating website by the way it's attracting 7000 new people each day. It's -- topic -- shop is. Until the end of the week and it moves on to some other French and split cities no word on when they're gonna have a two for -- -- That's the latest from three Times Square this Thursday you can follow us on letter writer's daughter check out our writers. -- now Reuters dot com slash. PP. I'm rob. This is life.

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3XSQ: Apple, Federal Reserve vie for attention

Thursday, September 13, 2012 - 04:16