MarketWatch - Wednesday, July 9, 2014

By CBS News

Published 07/09 2014 08:30AM

Updated 07/09 2014 08:32AM

If you're keeping on top of the markets this morning,  Wednesday, July 9, 2014 ...

The Nikkei dropped 12 points today in Tokyo.
On Wall Street Tuesday stocks slid.
The Dow lost 117 points
The Nasdaq fell 60.

The Federal Reserve releases minutes from its latest meeting, later today.
Investors will be looking for any hints about when the fed will increase interest rates.

The popular car service Uber has agreed to limit prices during emergencies, natural disasters or market disruptions.
The state's attorney general says under an agreement with Uber, the car service app, will set a cap during "abnormal disruptions of the market."
Earlier this week Uber said it temporarily cut New York City prices for services cheaper than an average taxi ride.

The mobile wallet company, Isis, has decided to rebrand itself.
The company's CEO says it does not want to be associated with the Isis militant group linked to sectarian violence in Iraq and Syria.
Isis mobile wallet allows consumers to shop and pay using their mobile phone.
Customers can select a payment card and tap their smartphone on the point-of-sale terminal. Isis says it will release more details, in the coming months, about its rebranding efforts.

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