Apple's IPhone Global Debut Draws Shoppers

Sept. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. attracted long lines of shoppers today for the global debut of its latest iPhones, the company’s biggest product introduction this year. In New York, customers queued up around the block to get into Apple’s flagship Fifth Avenue store. The iPhone 5s and 5c handsets also went on sale today in London, Japan and Hong Kong. It’s the first time Apple is rolling out its flagship product for sale in China on the same day as elsewhere. (Source: Bloomberg)

UBS's Emanuel: I See Oil at $70 by End of 2018
45:04 - Despite a year of turmoil, Canadian and U.S. equity markets have been performing rather well. Will the bull run continue or has it run out of steam? Julian Emanuel, equity research strategist at UBS, talks equities and oil on "The Daily Brief." (Source: Bloomberg)
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