Sep 11 - CEO Tim Cook will have to impress investors and customers when Apple comes out with its latest iPhone. The tech titan gets about half of its revenue from the device.
Less than 24 hours before apple takes the wraps off its latest iPhone. And the pressure's on for CEO Tim Cook to deliver the goods and he goes without saying there's a lot riding on -- -- Gets about half its revenue from the iPhone last quarter and around 34 billion dollars which was less than expected as customers waited to get the upgrade. Apple's -- -- while Wall Street not justify the tech titans soaring share price especially as competition heats up in the mobile market. And for the top three things to know about the launch check out what Reuters West Coast bureau chief Jonathan Weber after -- Reuters if you. At Reuters dot com slash Reuters team. It's the big question of the week or Ben Bernanke pump more cash and that kept recovery. The Fed meets Wednesday and should have an answer by Thursday. That's they're growing cautious ahead of the announcement if asked economists though it is 60% say expect more stimulus after the weak job numbers. According to latest -- bull that's up from 45%. In on. We could see the full impact of the US's worst drought in sixty years when the crop report comes out in the morning. The dry weather is slashed nearly five billion bushels off the point crop or about forty billion dollars worth of stock. If the prediction is accurate that would make the smallest point drop in nearly ten years. And went ice cream and adult entertainment collided in a very bad way. We'll hear initial arguments in the case of Ben and Jerry's vs dvd maker -- distributors. We're allegedly infringing the names of its flavors for a series of pornographic -- titled Ben and -- Titles include. Peanut butter deep cuts and Boston cream -- A judge has already ordered temporary halt in favor then and hearings. We'll stay within -- for more expert analysis on the big market movers and follow us on Twitter at Reuters Insider. I'm Fred Katayama this is --