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Breakingviews TV: Guns and poses

Donald Trump, a big supporter of the U.S. gun lobby, isn’t helping firearms makers’ stocks – in fact, quite the opposite. Rob Cox tells Richard Beales why, and what the National Rifle Association is doing about it. Reuters Video: Breakingviews

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Breakingviews TV: Dalio in China moment

Chris Beddor explains why Bridgewater’s billionaire boss lavishes effusive praise on a Chinese Communist Party Politburo bigwig in his new book on investing. Reuters Video: Breakingviews

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Breakingviews TV: Apple’s X marks spot

Rob Cyran and Jeffrey Goldfarb run through the 10th anniversary iPhone’s bells and whistles. The most interesting new feature, however, may be the price tag, which could affect Apple’s bottom line. Reuters Video: Breakingviews

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Breakingviews TV: Banks’ silver lining

Jeffrey Goldfarb and Antony Currie explain why a weaker than expected Hurricane Irma offers relief for lenders caught in a storm of low rates and delays in Washington reforms. Reuters Video: Breakingviews

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Breakingviews TV: Figuring Facebook

Some of the social network’s U.S. audience numbers diverge from those of the U.S. Census. Jen Saba and Jeffrey Goldfarb discuss what it could mean for Facebook’s TV ambitions. Reuters Video: Breakingviews

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Breakingviews TV: Comcast aspersions

America’s biggest cable operator warned of customer defections in the latest cord-cutting scare. Jen Saba and Jeffrey Goldfarb run the numbers and consider Comcast’s next move. Reuters Video: Breakingviews

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Breakingviews TV: A slam-dunk deal

Jeff Goldfarb and Tom Buerkle discuss the record $ 2.2 bln purchase of the Houston Rockets, and why it might lift the fortunes of the waterlogged city more than new owner Tilman Fertitta’s. Reuters Video: Breakingviews

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Breakingviews TV: Rockwell flies high

Rob Cyran and Tom Buerkle discuss the modest return United Technologies stands to make on its $ 30 bln Rockwell Collins deal, and why that may create pressure for the conglomerate’s breakup. Reuters Video: Breakingviews

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Breakingviews TV: High-flying M&A

United Technologies may be on the verge of buying Rockwell Collins for some $ 23 bln. Rob Cyran and Jeffrey Goldfarb discuss the merits of the transaction. Reuters Video: Breakingviews

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Breakingviews TV: Wells woes

The U.S. mega-bank’s fake-accounts scandal has swelled to some 3.5 million customers. Jeffrey Goldfarb and Richard Beales discuss what it means for CEO Tim Sloan and the new chair. Reuters Video: Breakingviews