The Top Market Moves for Sept. 6

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Sept. 6 (Bloomberg) -- On today's "The Roundup," Adam Johnson, Trish Regan, Matt Miller and Julie Hyman wrap up the day’s top market stories on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

The probability of it happening again in our lifetime is as close to zero as i could imagine.

You say that because -- the way these firms are managed, the amount of capital and liquidity they have -- it is dramatic.

We have constant connections with our regulators about what we are doing across all of our businesses.

The transparency of information that flows between those who regulate and those being regulated is tremendous.

Today we have over $60 billion of capital, and we are a third smaller.

We ended the financial crisis with -- everything is healthier.

Could we have one in our lifetime?

I hear you.

We have to have these capital requirements.

He gets a gold star.

Pat on the back.

Like you can predict a black swan?

These kinds of crises come along unannounced and unexpected.

There's no reason to think we could not have another.

People like to think the banking system is reformed, but -- there have been bubbles and crises since the beginning of time.

World war i was supposed to be the war that ended all weirs -- wars.

Look what happened rate to think a financial crisis is impossible -- happened.

To think a financial crisis is impossible is not real.

A deal would eliminate one of the largest remaining for apple.

It has risen the most in three years.

The factory in china to suspend operation for today's -- two day s. is a big coup for them, if they end up signing this.

But china mobile, one of china's biggest mobile carriers.

You want those subscribers.

Apple does not have them.

China mobile has more subscribers than the u.s. has citizens.

It's incredible when you think about it.

You have a billion people.

It's incredible.

The fact that many of them are using cellular telephones is amazing.

Guess what, they are not iphone 5 -- iphone-priced.

Habilis had a hard time over there, for sure -- apple has had a hard time over there, for sure.

Xiaomi.

Lythgoe back to the jobs report.

The movie business calls that's a 20,000. the pornography industry may be partly to blame.

Shooting was shut down throughout the business for a week.

In the valley.

In that area, yes.

There are some flaws here.

When you talk about the period of time -- it is cracking me up.

Speaking of tantalizing.

[laughter] it might not be true.

If somebody is employed for any period of time while doing the survey, they count as employed.

The survey period is longer than a week.

22,000 people in the movie industry -- except for those under the table deals.

Right.

It really illustrates that in this tight labor market, if you do have a shut down, even if it is just a week of a particular industry, whether porn or autos or anything else, it has an outsized effect.

You're talking about gains of only 100,000 to 200,000. i'm going to guess more autoworkers are on the books.

I don't know anything about the pornography industry, but i would assume that a lot of it is done -- as they say on wall street, off-balance-sheet.

We should do a special on this.

I'm going to switch it to football, to be safe.

The broncos quarterback peyton manning started the nfl's season in record fashion.

Seven touchdown passes to lead his team to win against the defending super bowl champions, the baltimore ravens.

I don't know why i was watching baseball last night.

Did you watch the game?

It was an awesome game.

I'm going to go back and watch it, if i can get it on demand.

The most amazing thing, to

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