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Apple Inc. (AAPL)


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Previous Close142.44
Open142.44
Bid142.18 x 200
Ask142.24 x 400
Day's Range141.85 - 142.68
52 Week Range89.47 - 145.46
Volume15,424,165
Avg. Volume25,758,563
Market Cap746.37B
Beta1.44
PE Ratio (TTM)17.08
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield2.28 (1.61%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Forbes2 hours ago

    'iPhone 8' Tsunami Coming: Morgan Stanley Raises OLED Apple Phone Forecast

    Apple's shift to the OLED iPhone is apparently so massive that Morgan Stanley upped its forecast of the displays used on that phone by a whopping 2X this week.

  • American City Business Journals2 hours ago

    Exclusive: Apple backing two huge Oregon renewable-energy projects

    Answering a mystery that's been brewing since last fall, Apple has revealed it's the company behind two big renewable-energy projects in Oregon — and one of them is the consumer-tech giant's largest ever. In its new Environmental Responsibility Report , Apple said it had signed power purchase agreements with a wind power project that's set to begin construction in Gilliam County in September, and with what will soon be Oregon’s largest solar power plant, in Crook County. The deals come through an Oregon program called Direct Access, which is supposed to allow commercial customers to opt out of standard utility service and buy power from independent “electricity service suppliers,” but hasn’t always worked out that way , particularly in Pacific Power's service area.

  • CNBC3 hours ago

    Op-ed: The idea of using antitrust to break up Silicon Valley 'monopolies' is spectacularly wrong

    The five big tech companies are in constant competition, and well-funded startups are always looking to take a bite out of them.