This daily newsletter is an essential source of macroeconomic information and analysis from across the globe, brought to you every morning before the trading day begins. In today’s issue, Breakfast on Wall Street (BWS) analyzes the global demand for tablets and smartphones and the competitive landscape in that industry. The report also analyzes all major news items from yesterday and after hours to provide investors an unbiased look at the markets. Today’s edition of BWS is available on the following link at http://wallstanalyst.com/index.php?option=com_rsform&view=rsform&formId=1&Itemid=178
Today’s Special: Tablets and Smartphones Outlook
Apple has scheduled back-to-back events this week – in their Cupertino headquarters and in Beijing. With so much attention, chatter and rumor on the tablets and smartphones market, our team at Wall St. Analyst has decided to give you a broad picture of the competitive landscape and an outlook of the sector based on our analysis backed by the best available data and forecasts. While sales have seen unparalleled growth, is the sector headed for saturation? Or, are the emerging markets and China going to drive the growth over the next few years? With smartphone shipments expected to go above the one billion mark in 2014, we have some answers that might surprise. Through charts, graphs and models we provide an outlook on the market which is getting renewed interest from investors. Additional analysis on tablets and smartphones can be accessed by registering on www.WallStAnalyst.com and reading BWS, available at http://wallstanalyst.com/index.php?option=com_rsform&view=rsform&formId=1&Itemid=178
There was a relief rally in the market yesterday which helped the S&P move up 1% and the NASDAQ ended at its highest level since September 2000. There were three surprising sources of the relief rally – Russia’s comments on Syria, worse than expected employment reports on Friday and rising Chinese exports.
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