168.80 -0.05 (-0.03%)
After hours: 6:03PM EDT
|Bid||168.68 x 100|
|Ask||168.72 x 100|
|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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Dropbox priced 36 million shares for its initial public offering at 21 and is set to begin trading Friday.
President Trump will slap trade tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese imports, less aggressive than reports had indicated. But Trump said it's "the first of many."
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 signed a presidential memorandum on Thursday that could impose tariffs on up to $60 billion of imports from China, although his action was far removed from threats that could have ignited a global trade war. Under the terms of the memorandum, Trump will target the Chinese imports only after a consultation period, a measure that will give industry lobbyists and legislators a chance to water down a proposed target list which runs to 1,300 products.
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.
President Donald Trump is expected to announce tariffs on up to $50 billion of Chinese imports against China later today, a move that analysts expect will not go unanswered by China. Untangling the global value chain to gauge just who would be hit—and by how much—is complex, but some see the move as bad news for several large U.S. agricultural and consumer companies. Agriculture could be one target, with China, the biggest buyer of U.S. soybeans, potentially bypassing the U.S. and favoring other exporters like Brazil and Argentina, writes David Riedel, who runs the emerging-markets-focused Riedel Research.
While many investors are focused on device sales at Apple and other tech companies, services could be the way forward as the company tries to work its way toward a $1 trillion market cap. “Over the last five years, the vast majority (86%) of Apple’s 8% annual revenue growth was driven by iPhone sales,” Morgan Stanley analysts wrote in a Thursday note. “But as replacement cycles extend further and device installed base growth slows to single digits (from 14% over the last two years), it is through monetization of Apple’s (AAPL) Services business that we see the company still generating mid single digit revenue growth.” Morgan Stanley, which has a $203 price target—about 21% above current levels—on the Barron’s Next 50 stock’s shares, suggested several “levers” the company could use to accomplish this.
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Spotify has been getting a lot of media coverage in recent months thanks largely to the unusual nature of its upcoming initial public offering (or IPO). For its IPO, which is scheduled for April 3, 2018, Spotify chose a direct listing model, thereby bypassing banks in the sale of its shares to the public. Spotify is also getting a lot of attention over its work on a voice search feature that would rival Apple’s (AAPL) Siri, Amazon’s (AMZN) Alexa, and Google’s (GOOGL) Google Assistant.
Shares of Apple Inc. slumped 0.7% in morning trade, to track the day's selloff in the technology sector and the broader stock market, as it heads toward a fifth-straight loss. That would be the longest ...
Can Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL ) sustain mid-single digit revenue growth at a time when iPhone sales are showing signs of concern? The answer lies in Cupertino's Services division, according to Morgan Stanley. ...