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U.S. Morning Call: Line up! iPhone 5 hits stores worldwide

Friday, September 21, 2012 - 02:30

Sep 21 - Apple’s new smartphone goes on sale with mobile carriers already reporting record demand most likely to stretch Apple's supply capacity.

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Slice of the new iPhone 5 are stretching around the corner in New York here's your morning call for iPhone Friday. IPhone aficionados are desperately wanted to get their hands on Apple's new Smartphone in New York. While customers in the Far East and Europe have already purchased there's just downstairs we talked to be excited iPhone fans. That's what it's about. You know speed it is predicts there. Does that device a device and just say there. Complaints about inaccurate maps and the lack of a mobile wallet feature where voiced to me the excitement seems like the people online really don't care. US stock futures signaling gains this morning European shares have clawed back up as investors really starting to feel the benefits of support from the central banks. The Euro which is lost ground since hitting a four and a half month high last week today against the dollar. Well also feeling the love Brent crude rising towards a 111 dollars extending it's gains from yesterday's lows around the one I'll wait level. The prodigal son returns James Murdoch will get more responsibility. Over news -- US television operations according to Reuters. This just over a year after becoming essential figure in the company's telephone hacking scandal. Young Murdoch's promotion comes just after you came regulators' ruling yesterday that cleared pay TV company -- I'd be of any connection to the scandal. Wal-Mart is moving east to India that is the company says it expects to open its first retail outlet in the country with. Twelve in within twelve to eighteen months according to the Wall Street Journal. The move comes after the Indian government announced it would allow the chains and the country through joint ventures. Just yesterday Wal-Mart announced it will stop carrying Amazon's Kindle and a couple of stocks to watch for Friday the board at McDonald's raised the quarterly dividend by 10% to 77 cents a share. The world's largest restaurant chains saying it expects to get back at least five point five billion to shareholders this year through buybacks and dividends. Halliburton moving Jeff Miller to the new position of chief operating officer a move likely to revive speculation about its succession plans. That's your morning call for Friday follow us on Twitter at Reuters Insider and check generally YouTube channel at Reuters dot com slash Reuters TV. I'm Lisa Bernhard this is riders.

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U.S. Morning Call: Line up! iPhone 5 hits stores worldwide

Friday, September 21, 2012 - 02:30