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Apple Program

There is a new package swiping the country known as iPhoneDev. The Apple Inc. created this program so as to enable iPhone and Android users be able to come up with their own apps for handheld devices. It gives users procedural instructions on how to select the app wisely as well as coming up with the relevant app after testing. Once satisfied with the created app, the inventor will have a choice of selling it in the market place of iPhone and Android among other platforms.

This program is a plus to business because users are given an opportunity to make money. Further, programs and games that are created are of high value. The Apple Program has various advantages, apart from creating games, one can come up with business apps for a job and movie apps while on transit among others benefits. The use of this program is equivalent to having powers to develop a computer programs at disposal. The Apple Program is a multi-billion company that if well utilized one can make a lot of money by developing Apple applications.

Decline Of Stock Markets Of European Due To Slip of Leisure shares And Airlines

The recent Paris attack s has triggered distress within prospect investors as shares in Europe’s travel and tourism companies suffered a huge falls. Airlines were greatly among the enormous fallers, with French hotel group Accor fell more than 6%,British Airways owner IAG down 3.4% and finally Air France down 5%.The chief stock markets of Europe improved untimely falls though still FTSE 100was up, while Paris and Frankfurt were down 0.1%.This followed falls on markets of Asia, hit by news that Japan was in recession hence these led to climb of price of gold by above 1% as some investors hunted for the security of customary havens.

Majority of analysts had predicted that leisure shares and travel would be the greatest losers on Monday as markets had their first opportunity to respond to Friday’s attacks. Operator of the channel Tunnel rail link, the Eurotunnel, recorded almost 5% fall. The operator of Paris Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports:Aeroports de Paris, were exceptional by a record of 5% lower, as Gucci-owner Kering and LVMH FELL by 2%.The tourism sector of French faced a tremendous blow threatening their economic system since the tourism sector accounts for almost 7.5% GDP of French.

Business Breaking News

Japan pulled back into depression again
World’s one of the largest economy is again on the verge of recession as its growth rate dropped to under 1% putting pressure on the central bank and the government. Business Investment and expenditure sharply down under 1.2%. Economists convinced the need of more stimulus into the economy to bring back the required growth.

Marriott Became The Worlds Largest Hotel Company
Marriott Inc purchased another hotel giant Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. for $12.2 billion. Now the company said to operate more than 5000 hotels world wide. It is said that many rich Chinese Hotel company’s were bidding for the Star Wood.The news is highlighted as US hotel industry is facing recession since 2009 as industry fell down sharply due to decrease in the investment.

Intel Facing Difficulties
The famous Moore’s law is getting slow to implement as the semiconductor chip giant Intel is unable maintain chip density. It has been observed that Moore’s Law had reached its limit to put more transistors on single chip.Intel is also facing tough competition with some of the mobile chip makers like Qualcomm and many Chinese companies.

Mercedes to connect cars with the smartphone
The company is integrating car functionalities with the smartphone. Now the car driver can find more information about car including its fuel gauge in his smartphone creating autonomous wheels on the road. The company is pushing to adopt many sensors on its wheel. It is also said that the company is about to face toughest challenges as the Volvo company cars are about to unveil there new luxury cars.

Banking may go Iris Bio-metric
Top banks like NatWest and RBS are finding uneasiness to authenticate their account holders information as the fingerprint recognition technology is filled with vulnerabilities and loopholes.So to keep the banking safe and secure, banks are searching for alternative technology where Iris recognition will be the next bio-metric for banking as the Iris recognition is hard to rebuild to make another copy of it.


Following the Paris’ attack on Friday 13th November, 2015, this has been a major blow in the business and investment sectors. Apparently, the Euro currency has been affected most with it depreciating to the lowest point (in 6  months time) in comparison to other currencies such as the Japanese yen. This has been contributed majorly by the situation where most investors have opted to go for safer investment options such as wealth storage in gold and in government treasury bills which have low risks. Actually, the investment in gold recorded a rise by 1% as they were thought to be safer where an ounce traded at $1092.70

In the business sector, market analysts state that areas that have been affected most are the investment in stock and shares which are traded in the stock markets. Particularly, industries such as tourism and transport have experience a considerable drop in relation to the shares traded. For instance, the Air France went down by 5% whereas the British Airways recorded a decline by 3.4%.

One will come to understand that tourism is a major contributor of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) where it accounts about 7.5%. The attack that left 130 people dead could really impose a negative effect to this revenue generating sector. This is because most investors could take into account the speculation factor and prefer to invest in low-risk assets rather than on assets which are prone to loss.

As France reiterated with intense air strikes in Syria, this led to the prices of oil being affected leading to their rise. In the Asian market, there was a decline in the share prices to the lowest point being recorded for the past six weeks. Furthermore, what triggered this effect was the fact that Japan experiencing a recession period in relation to its economy.

In Europe, the major Stock exchange markets were modestly affected by the Friday’s attack with most of them recovering by Monday 15th November, 2015. For the Frankfurt and Paris stock markets, there was only a slight down of 0.1%.

Furthermore, there are speculations that if the number of tourists who go to Europe decline, this would further result to the weakening of the euro currency. To control the prevailing situation, the European Central bank is expected to lower the interest rate in order to stabilize the Euro.

Though market analysts state that the effect is temporary in relation to the economy, investors have opted to take caution and watch on how the market is reacting in trading of shares. As the market tries to adjust after the attack, the businesses have to adjust and recover from the market shock with time.