167.58 -1.27 (-0.75%)
After hours: 7:50PM EDT
|Bid||167.60 x 500|
|Ask||167.74 x 500|
|Day's Range||168.60 - 172.68|
|52 Week Range||138.62 - 183.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.41|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.52 (1.47%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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This powerful filter, which focuses on competitive advantage -- or the lack of one -- is the basis of a five-minute analysis to determine whether investors should buy shares in Dropbox's initial public offering.
U.S. President Donald Trump lit a slow-burning fuse on Thursday to launch long-promised anti-China tariffs, but his actions appeared to be more of a warning shot than the start of a full-blown trade war with Beijing. A presidential memorandum signed by Trump will target up to $60 billion in Chinese goods with tariffs over what his administration says is misappropriation of U.S. intellectual property, but only after a 60-day consultation period that starts once a list is published. Trump also gave the Treasury Department 60 days to develop investment restrictions aimed at preventing Chinese-controlled companies and funds from acquiring U.S. firms with sensitive technologies.
Dropbox priced 36 million shares for its initial public offering at 21 and is set to begin trading Friday.
President Donald Trump's China tarde tariffs were less than feared, but Trump said it was the "first of many." China said it's "not afraid" of a trade war.
Apple's iPhone is no longer a growth engine for the company, but it has other businesses to offset, Morgan Stanley says.
Top news from last week includes Apple's (AAPL) Texture acquisition, its home grown MicroLED screens, its dropping in brand reputation rankings, its tensions in Europe and more.
U.S. President Donald Trump often tweets from his iPhone about pressuring China to address its $375 billion (£265.7 billion) trade surplus with the United States. The big trade imbalance - at the heart of a potential trade war, with Trump expected to impose tariffs on Chinese imports this week - exists in large part because of electrical goods and tech, the biggest U.S. import item from China.
U.S. President Donald Trump often tweets from his iPhone about pressuring China to address its $375 billion trade surplus with the United States. The big trade imbalance - at the heart of a potential trade war, with Trump expected to impose tariffs on Chinese imports this week - exists in large part because of electrical goods and tech, the biggest U.S. import item from China.
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Lots of PR problems here. The Cambridge Analytica breach was pretty much a disaster, and not handled well. HOWEVER, valuation is actually not that bad now. Yes the last 2 years, Facebook grew EPS at 171% and 77%, and that has slowed to 18%, 21%, and 21% over the next 3 years. Could Delete Facebook gather steam? Sure.
Mar.22 -- Gene Munster, co-founder of Loup Ventures, discusses autonomous vehicles and concerns surrounding self-driving car technology. He speaks on "Bloomberg Technology."