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Apple Could Kill Pandora

Apple Could Kill Pandora Apple Could Kill Pandora

Apple, Inc (AAPL) could be setting the stage for a collapse of Pandora (P), a firm Apple saved just a few years ago. Pandora shares were lower by 11% into late afternoon trading on Monday after the announcement of a streaming-music service between Apple and Warner Music Group - potentially called, iRadio. Apple may gain more freedom to market the music as it wishes, by paying up. Apple has hundreds of millions of customers to promote iRadio to, instantly making Apple the market leader in streaming music. The deal means Apple would pay twice what Pandora does for advertising that runs against Warner Music. Apple streaming-music service would benefit from the ubiquity of iTunes, the world's largest seller of digital music.

Atlanta Federal Reserve President Dennis Lockhart, who is not a voting member of the Fed's interest rate setting panel, said on Monday that it is not a "foregone conclusion" that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will step down when his second term ends early 2014. Per Lockhart, the speculation about Bernanke's retirement is "not really in any way feeding into the policy deliberations." Additionally, Lockhart said the central bank is approaching the time at which it may dial back its $85 billion per month quantitative easing program. Lockhart said, "To translate tapering into downward adjustment, I think we are approaching a period in which it can be considered. I still think we have to be cautious, to make sure that we're reading an economy that has momentum and has growing confidence. I think there's certainly a case for, at this very moment, it being a little bit premature. So, you know I think it's a meeting-by-meeting kind of thing."

A mini-flash crash struck on Monday, affecting Hyatt Hotels Corp. (H) and Williams-Sonoma Inc. (WSM). At approximately 9:31am ET, shares of Williams-Sonoma fell from $53.50 a share to $51.27 a share in less than a second. At approximately 11:19am ET, shares of Hyatt jumped from nearly $40.96 a share to $43.00 a share in a matter of milliseconds. The NYSE cancelled trades in Williams-Sonoma executed at or below $51.96 a share between 9:31 am ET and 9:32 am ET. The Securities and Exchange Commission continue to search for solutions to the potentially hazardous market moves in the computerized market environment.

Chris Williamson, chief economist at Markit said on Monday, "The May survey paints a downbeat picture of U.S. manufacturing business conditions. Output, order books and employment are all growing modestly, suggesting the sector is at risk of stalling." During May, the final reading of Markit's manufacturing purchasing managers index picked up to 52.3 from a six-month low of 52.1 in April. The flash or initial estimate for May was a reading of 51.9, the lowest since October 2012. Markit said the PMI was consistent with only a modest rate of growth.

The U.S. Department of Commerce said Monday that construction spending rose 0.4% during April to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $860.8 billion. Non-residential construction spending, which includes projects such as health-care facilities, rose 0.7%, while residential construction spending fell 0.2%. Spending in April was 4.3% higher than same period during 2012.

The Institute for Supply Management Index released on Monday showed U.S. manufacturers contracted in May for the first time since the fall of 2012. ISM for May fell to 49%, marking the first contraction since November 2012 and the lowest reading since June 2009. ISM's new-orders gauge dropped to 48.8% from 52.3%; production index fell to 48.6% from 53.5% and the employment gauge edged lower to 50.1% from 50.2%
 

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