MarketWatch for Tuesday, March 25, 2014

By CBS News

Published 03/25 2014 06:41AM

Updated 03/25 2014 06:49AM

If you're keeping on top of the stock markets this morning,  Tuesday, March 25, 2014...

The Nikkei is down 52 points today in trading in Japan.
On Wall Street, stocks lost ground on growing concerns about Russia.
The Dow fell 26 points.
The Nasdaq sank 50, dragged lower by biotech stocks.

The next generation Apple iPhone is expected in stores later this year.  Some analysts believe the rollout of the iPhone 6 will happen in late summer or early fall. Shares of apple rallied 1 percent Monday on a report that it's in talks with cable giant Comcast to offer a streaming video service using apple set-top boxes. That news sent shares of would be rival Netflix down 7 percent.. it's biggest selloff in nearly six months. 

When was the last time you actually walked into a bank?  Technology like mobile bill payments means fewer people ever have to make a trip to their local bank. A new survey finds three in ten Americans haven't visited a bank in at least six months.

The company behind the popular mobile game "Candy Crush Saga" is set to make its wall street debut this week. Analysts say King Digital could be valued as high as $7.5 billion. That's nearly twice as much as its closest rival zynga, which created the popular mobile game "Farmville."

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