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Tech stocks lead market slump | Money Talks

Global stock markets had a very bad week on top of a very bad month. For big tech stocks it was particularly grim, with the biggest players losing hundreds of billions of dollars in value. Investors are concerned about rising interest rates, slowing economic growth and a global trade war. Many were unable to find a safe haven even in Apple, the world's most valuable company. For more on the story, we are joined by Rich Jaroslovsky, chief journalist and vice president for content at SmartNews. #StockMarkets #TechStocks #Apple

Hong Kong stocks end year 25% down from their peak | Money Talks

Hong Kong stocks end year 25% down from their peak | Money Talks

Apple to pull iPhone 7, 8 models off shelves in Germany | Money Talks

Apple to pull iPhone 7, 8 models off shelves in Germany | Money Talks

Apple lowers revenue expectations for 2018 | Money Talks

Apple lowers revenue expectations for 2018 | Money Talks

Facebook was the star of the tech earnings season | Money Talks

Facebook was the star of the tech earnings season | Money Talks

United Nations General Assembly

United Nations General Assembly

The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

Ukraine Dam damaged after Russia attack

Ukraine Dam damaged after Russia attack

Zelenskyy visits recaptured city of Izium

Zelenskyy visits recaptured city of Izium

Ukraine's successful counteroffensive

Ukraine's successful counteroffensive

Ukraine counteroffensive

Ukraine counteroffensive

Media reaction to the Queen's death

Media reaction to the Queen's death

Canada stabbing manhunt ends

Canada stabbing manhunt ends

#UN calls for nuclear plant protection

#UN calls for nuclear plant protection

Liz Truss: UK's next Prime Minister

Liz Truss: UK's next Prime Minister

Former Soviet leader Gorbachev remembered

Former Soviet leader Gorbachev remembered

Baghdad protesters withdraw from protected Green Zone

Baghdad protesters withdraw from protected Green Zone

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