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Apple drags down watch sales, Abercrombie's new policy and Trump's first debate

Red arrows across the board today (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC) after the latest jobs report came in line with expectations. That would keep the Fed rate hike on track for September or December and Investors are reacting by selling off.

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The talk of the day is of course last night's crowded Republican debate. It's no surprise that media darling Donald Trump is getting a lot of the attention. He started strong but oddly, when the topic of business came up he wasn't as deft. Is his campaign in trouble?

Apple pressures watch U.S. sales
Sales of traditional watches fell the most in seven years this June, according to research firm NPD Group. The Apple (AAPL) Watch reportedly took a big bite out of those sales, particularly impacting the market for watches that cost under one-thousand dollars.

Abercrombie and the end of "on call" scheduling
New York Abercrombie and Fitch (ANF) stores are ending their practice of on call scheduling, a system that requires employees to show up with little notice. This move comes 4 months after the New York Attorney General notified Abercrombie and 12 other major retailers that their on-call scheduling may violate state law.

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