Take-Two Interactive's (TTWO) Rockstar Games debuted the first trailer for its much anticipated Grand Theft Auto VI Monday night, which was earlier than expected. The trailer was originally leaked on X.com earlier in the afternoon before being taken down, with the company later confirming the leak and sharing their official version on YouTube. Yahoo Finance Tech Editor Dan Howley joins the Live show to break down the latest development with the game and explain the massive hype for this release. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.
Wall Street's main indexes were mixed on Tuesday as investors assessed a fresh batch of economic data, including a jobs report, to gauge the probability of rate cuts by the Federal Reserve early next year, while megacap stocks rebounded from the previous day's losses. U.S. job openings dropped in October to the lowest level since early 2021, indicating that the labor market was easing, while U.S. services sector activity picked up in November. "The data is better than expected, meaning that the job market is weaker, but it's not so weak that it requires maybe a Fed rate cut or a jeopardy of a recession," said Paul Nolte, senior wealth adviser and market strategist at Murphy & Sylvest.
The highly-anticipated trailer for Grand Theft Auto VI arrived a little early after a copy was leaked online. Rockstar Games released its first look for the sixth game of the cult-classic video game series Monday evening — roughly 15 hours before the planned Tuesday morning unveiling — while citing the leak. “Our trailer has leaked so please watch the real thing on YouTube,” Rockstar Games wrote on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, just after 6 p.m. ET Monday.