193.55 +1.32 (0.69%)
After hours: 7:59PM EST
|Bid||193.50 x 800|
|Ask||193.60 x 1400|
|Day's Range||191.45 - 197.18|
|52 Week Range||150.24 - 233.47|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.21|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.42|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.92 (1.50%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Stocks rebounding from yesterday's lows.Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Brian Cheung and Dan Roberts discuss with Bespoke Investment Macro Strategist George Pearkes.
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Is the market losing Apple? Apple woes take down tech. With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Brian Kelly, Steve Grasso and Guy Adami.
The main assembler of iPhones reported net income of NT$24.9 billion ($806 million) in the September quarter, about 12 percent below the average analysts’ estimate. Hon Hai joins a string of Apple suppliers that’ve warned of a worsening outlook as iPhone volumes plateau alongside a lethargic smartphone market. Hon Hai, known also as Foxconn, is among a bevy of companies that together crank out devices for Apple and just about every other major consumer electronics label.
BEIJING—Foxconn Technology Group posted a 18.3% rise in third-quarter profit from the same period last year after its biggest customer Apple Inc. posted record profit that was buoyed by a combination of higher iPhone prices and strong app-store sales. Taiwan-based Foxconn said Tuesday its net profit for the quarter ended Sept. 30 was 24.9 billion New Taiwan dollars ($805 million). Last year in the same period, Foxconn was hit by a production delay in Apple’s iPhone X, said Kylie Huang, an analyst at Daiwa Capital Markets based in Taiwan.
, he readily stated that investors don't have to like the company to acknowledge that it and its Instagram property are still the best way for advertisers to reach young people. If Facebook would just hire one "grownup" from outside the company, Cramer said, he believes the stock will rally.
Huawei is planning to launch its own augmented reality (AR) glasses, Richard Yu, CEO of the company's consumer group, told CNBC. Other technology giants like Facebook and Apple are reportedly working on similar products. Huawei is working on augmented reality (AR) smart glasses which could debut in the next one or two years, potentially pitting it in a race against Apple AAPL , which is reportedly working on a similar product of its own.
CNBC's Jim Cramer reveals how Bausch Health has put together an amazing comeback. The "Mad Money" host also sits down with the CEO of Zebra Technologies. In the lightning round, Cramer gives a bad review to the Netflix of China.
Jim Cramer reviews the negative coverage of Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet's stocks. The "Mad Money" host offers his counterarguments for why the companies may not be performing as poorly as Wall Street seems to think. CNBC's Jim Cramer is tired of seeing negative Wall Street coverage suffocate the stocks of Apple AAPL and FANG, his acronym for Facebook FB , Amazon AMZN , Netflix NFLX and Google, now Alphabet GOOGL .
The FAANG stocks will "trade on their own footing and not as a group" because the "trade is dead," Peter Boockvar says. "Taken together, there's really no leadership anymore in the stock market," he says. Stock markets could continue to slow down now that the major tech giants leading the bull have lost momentum, Bleakley Advisory Group's Peter Boockvar told CNBC on Tuesday.
Inc. may not want to talk about iPhone unit sales anymore. , which supplies radio-frequency chips for the iPhone, cut its outlook on Tuesday morning, bringing down its projected revenue for the December quarter by 8% at the midpoint. All observed the strict code of silence that Apple imposes on its suppliers, in that none explicitly blamed weak iPhone demand for their actions or even mentioned the company by name.