Markets brush off North Korea threat

Stocks recover after North Korea’s threat to test a hydrogen bomb. Investors are also keeping a close eye on Apple as the tech giant rolls out some highly anticipated gadgets. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Jared Blikre, Justine Underhill, Rick Newman, Dan Howley, and Tom McGee of the International Council of Shopping Centers will discuss the big stories of the day.

Today’s topics:

  • Stocks recover after North Korea threat
  • Hurricane Maria barrels towards Turks and Caicos
  • Apple iPhone 8 launch sees muted response abroad
  • T-Mobile and Sprint may merge
  • Hewlett Packard to cut 10% of workforce
  • Finish Line lowers outlook on profit and sales miss
  • Tesla discontinues cheapest Model S
  • Versartis hits major bump in the road with drug trial
  • Strong consumer spending expected this holiday season: ICSC
  • Call of the week: Facebook likely entering China next year
  • A bill is planed to stop foreign election tampering on Facebook and other social media sites
  • Uber loses license to operate in London
  • Plug-and-play antennas get access to over-the-air broadcasts

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