This daily is an essential source of macroeconomic analysis from across the globe, brought to you every morning before the trading day begins. In today’s issue, Breakfast on Wall Street (BWS) provides you with the second part of their report on global demand for tablets and smartphones and the competitive landscape in that industry. The report also analyses 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_content&view=featured&Itemid=101
Today’s Special: Tablets and Smartphones Outlook Part II
Apple’s announcement yesterday at its headquarters in California was met with a sharp decline in its stock prices. The company is holding a similar meet in Beijing today. As we go to press, we have just received word that Apple has now secured the final license necessary for its iPhone to operate on China Mobile Ltd's mobile network. This will now pave the path for Apple’s entry into China Mobile’s 700-million customer base, which will of course be a game changer in the market. With intense attention centered on the tablet and smartphone markets, WSA provides a timely outlook of the sector, based on analysis backed by the best available data and forecasts. Are the fundamentals of the industry strong enough to sustain the growth in iPhones and its competitors? With smartphone shipments expected to go above the one billion mark in 2014, we have some answers that might be surprising as we investigate an industry, which is receiving significant interest from institutional and retail investors.
The relief rally in the markets continued yesterday. With a potential solution to the US-Syria military crisis and with Chinese data showing signs of stability in the global economy, the S&P 500 is on a six-session upswing. Additional economic commentary is available on the BWS, which can be accessed by registering on www.WallStAnalyst.com at: http://wallstanalyst.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=featured&Itemid=101
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