(Reuters) – Wall Street looked set to open lower on Wednesday, weighed down by Apple after the world’s most valuable company by market value reported a surprise fall in iPhone sales.

(Reuters) – Apple Inc reported a surprise fall in iPhone sales for its second quarter on Tuesday, indicating that customers may have held back purchases in anticipation of the 10th-anniversary edition of the company’s most important product later this year.

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Forget the jobs report. The most interesting bit of U.S. economic data next week is Monday’s auto sales release, which will offer a measure of the middle-class consumer and a sector of the stock market that has had a rough ride so far in 2017.