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U.S. Day Ahead: iPhone 5 could be an extra $9 bln for Apple

Thursday, September 20, 2012 - 02:01

Reuters Breakingviews says Apple could sell 15 mln iPhones in the first month which means an extra $9 bln dollars on Apple's balance sheet from one device alone.

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We'll be don't have apple frenzied buying now and then you might just have Apple's big teams. Yes the iPhone 5 is out on out Friday and yes there are already lined a diehard fan outside apple stores in pre orders hit over two million in the first 24 hours. That -- something that might make your eyes pop out. Record breaking news that apple could sell a barn burning fifteen million iphones in the first month hasn't ruled -- gadget and more countries faster than ever got an extra nine billion dollars on apple balance sheet from one device alone which means -- -- investor and extra fuel for its -- share price. In the meantime results from KB home sure. About the health housing. It'll -- on whether the company's sticks to its positive outlook and recently that it will see an actual profit in the second half of this year thanks to a backlog of homes. With higher selling prices and better margins that the housing starts to go through a sustained recovery. The other team to watch out for in earnings is Darden Restaurants and -- want to know whether it's an olive garden chains can't win back market share. It generates half -- revenue. Darden has been lagging behind an offering discounts its competitor and have long used to bring in customers during the downturn. And it's out whipped cream cheese and and -- medical history is being replaced by united -- The Dow after the market closes it's a sign of the times health care is one of the strongest growing segments of the economy. Thanks to an aging population and health reform. -- level of craft comes actress split itself into -- companies. And they would British TV and -- for more analysis on the big market movers and -- is with top newsmakers. We speak with former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice she gives us her take on the latest attacks on US embassies in Libya and be sure to catch up later. I'm putting on as liberators.

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U.S. Day Ahead: iPhone 5 could be an extra $9 bln for Apple

Thursday, September 20, 2012 - 02:01