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U.S. Day Ahead: Apple could be facing its own cliff

Wednesday, Dec 05, 2012 - 01:43

Dec. 5 - Expect Apple to come out fighting when it shows up at hearing against Samsung in San Jose. Apple is trying to shutdown some of its smart phones and tablets in the U.S.

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Forget -- thinking I can't -- how about the potential chasm facing apple. That will be the stock to watch on Thursday after coming over 6%. One of the reasons a report from international data report seeing if I only to lose more of its -- in that tablet market in 2012. Apple to come out fighting when it shows up at a hearing against Samsung and San Jose apple is trying to check out some of it's tablets and Smartphones like the galaxy S three in the US. Apple and it could get even more hungry for other Samsung devices. Staying with -- other companies under pressure. Yum! Brands shareholders will wanna know what the owner of KFC and Pizza Hut is doing to turn on its business in China when you hold an investor day number warned last week that the world's biggest economy -- all 4%. In the fourth quarter. This despite improving Chinese -- as such as consumer confidence and retail sales. Young is down 12%. Since the morning. Sticking with it and -- -- -- to panic about warnings of rising bacon prices well we'll get an update on where those prices are going -- Smithfield Foods reports before the -- it doesn't look good for the breakfast treat analysts say import prices will rise in the middle of next year as hog supplies tighten. Farmers are calling heard now because hockey is getting expensive. After this summer's drought. Should catch her interviews with top market movers British did -- clear and ex CBS boss Robert wolf shares of -- it's what the honor of Sam Adams Jim cook. Alike could says it's easier to -- great here something tastes like water. And nobody on this as --

U.S. Day Ahead: Apple could be facing its own cliff

Wednesday, Dec 05, 2012 - 01:43

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