1185-USA-DAILY DIGIT: JPMorgan Chase's proposed $13 billion settlement comes out to just more than one-seventh of last year's 2012 revenue of $99.9 billion. Conway G. Gittens reports.

1187-USA-APPLE PREVIEW: Apple gets set to unveil its latest tablets, as the market for the devices gets more crowded and more competitive. Bobbi Rebell reports.

1186-USA-USCLOSE: Summary of business headlines and recap of trading action on Wall Street and across Europe. Conway G. Gittens reports.

1188-USA-NETFLIX FACTBOX: The streaming media video service releases third-quarter results after the closing bell. No reporter narration.


1158-USA-MCDONALD'S: McDonald's attempts to make its menu healthier hasn't delivered healthier results as it blames the economy for its flat sales. Fred Katayama reports.

1125-UK-NUCLEAR PLANT: The British government has signed an agreement with French energy giant EDF to build two nuclear reactors for a total cost of 16 billion pounds, at a time when other European countries like Germany are phasing out nuclear power. Ciara Sutton reports.

1123-GERMANY-SAP RESULTS: German business software firm SAP has bucked the trend among rivals by sticking to its 2013 profit forecast, buoyed by strong demand for its web-based software, though it warned volatile exchange rates could hit its results. Andrew Potter reports.

1077-NETHERLANDS-PHILIPS CEO: Philips has reported better-than-expected third-quarter results after orders from emerging markets rose 3 percent, but the CEO of the Dutch healthcare, lighting and consumer appliance group remains cautious. Hayley Platt reports.

1401-CHINA-ALIBABA: Hong Kong gave a thumbs down to Alibaba's partnership structure for the IPO. So who are the 28 partners and will they find the magic words to open up another stock market? Jane Lanhee Lee reports.

1402-JAPAN-TRADE: Expectations for another month of strong exports growth from Japan have not been met, with demand from Asia in particular disappointing, suggesting a tighter time frame for a Japanese economic reboot. Jon Gordon reports.

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