Monday, August 24, 2015

MC2 Post 2047 Dow Metrics Do a REAL Number on Wall Street Open

U.S. stocks suffered its worst week since 2011 last week. Now what happens? Adam Shell reports. USA TODAY


Stocks plunge but cut losses after Dow 
drops 1,089 points


NEW YORK — Stocks plunged Monday as the market downturn showed no signs of letting up with the Dow tumbling as much as 1,089 points in the opening minutes of trading.

Sharp early losses were pared in later morning trading but stocks were still down substantially. The Standard & Poor's 500 index plunged as much as 100 points as it dipped into correction territory before cutting its losses to about 50 points, or a drop of 2.5%.

The Dow was down about 350 points, or 2.1% and the Nasdaq composite index dropped 100 points, or 2.1% after being down as much as 5% earlier.

Aug. 24 -- Bloomberg's Julie Hyman examines the markets 
at the start of today's trade.

She speaks on "Market Makers." Bloomberg


Who Do You Call to Offset Negative NEWS?

Steve Jobs used Walt Mossberg at the WSJ.

Tim Cook emails CNBC's Jim Cramer...


Tim Cook of Apple Seeks to Quell China Fears in 
Email to Jim Cramer


In the email, Mr. Cook said iPhone activations had accelerated recently, and that Apple’s App Store in China had its best performance of the year in the last two weeks.“I get updates on our performance in China every day, including this morning, and I can tell you that we have continued to experience strong growth for our business in China through July and August,” Mr. Cook said in the email to Mr. Cramer.


Part TWO:

Apple CEO Tim Cook may have violated SEC rules with  

Jim Cramer email

Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook’s decision to give a rare mid-quarter update on the company’s performance in a private email to CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Monday may have violated federal disclosure rules, lawyers said Monday.


Google Pay reminder  in  two Days 
(Samsung Pay is doing the same tomorrow)

What Timing! 

and Google Still Wants you to take more pictures of your FOOD...

Google wants to help you post food photos on Maps

If you can't help but take photos of your food before you chow down, you'll be glad to hear that Google might be ready to fuel your habit. Months after shutting down its experimental food shot app Tablescape, Google is testing a Maps feature that would notify you when a photo was taken at a restaurant and give you a chance to attach it to a Maps location in "just two taps.





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