AAPL - Apple Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
192.13
+0.25 (+0.13%)
As of 11:00AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close191.88
Open191.78
Bid192.41 x 1000
Ask192.43 x 800
Day's Range191.57 - 192.43
52 Week Range147.30 - 194.20
Volume5,067,088
Avg. Volume25,919,384
Market Cap944.346B
Beta1.14
PE Ratio (TTM)18.58
EPS (TTM)10.34
Earnings DateJul 31, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield2.92 (1.57%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-11
1y Target Est202.08
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    TechCrunch31 minutes ago

    Dish is the first TV provider to offer support for Apple's Business Chat

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  • These gorgeous analog watches have a secret
    Yahoo Finance20 hours ago

    These gorgeous analog watches have a secret

    Smartwatches and fitness bands are cool, but they're also ugly and battery-challenged. Why can't someone make a beautiful, classic, analog watch (with hands) that also incorporates notifications and fitness tracking? Somebody has. Four somebodies, in fact.

  • The Wall Street Journal11 minutes ago

    [$$] Apple, Starbucks Have an Answer for the Tight Job Market: Hand Out Stock

    The company says it has granted more than $1 billion in equity under its “Bean Stock” program. It currently offers restricted stock vesting over two years to nearly all employees. Inc. in 2015 initiated a restricted-stock program that includes grants to retail employees.

  • Apple’s Delicate Balancing Act in the iPhone Business
    Market Realist29 minutes ago

    Apple’s Delicate Balancing Act in the iPhone Business

    The iPhone is the chief contributor to Apple’s (AAPL) top line. However, Apple has struggled to accelerate its iPhone sales amid stiff competition from rivals Samsung (SSNLF), Xiaomi, Google (GOOGL), Sony (SNE), and smaller manufacturers backed by Nokia (NOK) and BlackBerry (BB). A steadily saturating smartphone market is also putting pressure on sales.

  • TheStreet.com2 hours ago

    FAANG and the Fed: Trump's Rate Hike Concern Could Add to Tech Performance

    President Donald Trump's admission that he's "not thrilled" with the Federal Reserve's signalling on rate hikes could support the ongoing strength of so-called FAANG complex, which has been responsible for more than 80% of the S%P 500's year-to-date gains, as the country's biggest tech stocks race to become the trillion dollar company. The larger impact of the President's remarks, and the rare public intervention on central bank policy from the White House, might be seen in the so-called FAANG stocks, which can be sensitive to interest rate increases if they result in slowing consumer purchases of products such as Apple Inc. Bank of America Merrill Lynch, however, notes that "until investors fear the Fed there is little fear of FAANG stocks", given the fact that myriad central bank and government-led stimulus programs, including near-zero interest rates and billions in tax cuts, have only lifted 9 of the 45 MSCI country equity indices into higher year-to-date gains than can be found through risk-fee 3-month Treasury bills.

  • Why Apple May Want to Build a Triple-Camera iPhone
    Market Realist2 hours ago

    Why Apple May Want to Build a Triple-Camera iPhone

    Apple (AAPL) typically launches new iPhone models in September. As that time approaches, there has been speculation about what might be new in the upcoming iPhones. First, Apple is believed to be preparing at least three iPhone models for release this year, just as it did last year.

  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Apple Watch, FitBit could feel cost of U.S. tariffs

    The rulings name Apple Inc's watch, several Fitbit Inc activity trackers and connected speakers from Sonos Inc. While consumer technology's biggest sellers such as mobile phones and laptops so far have faced little danger of import duties, the rulings show that gadget makers are unlikely to be spared altogether and may have to consider price hikes on products that millions of consumers use every day. The devices have all been determined by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officials to fall under an obscure subheading of data transmission machines in the sprawling list of U.S. tariff codes.

  • Apple Watch, FitBit could feel cost of U.S. tariffs
    Reuters2 hours ago

    Apple Watch, FitBit could feel cost of U.S. tariffs

    The rulings name Apple Inc's (AAPL.O) watch, several Fitbit Inc (FIT.N) activity trackers and connected speakers from Sonos Inc. While consumer technology's biggest sellers such as mobile phones and laptops so far have faced little danger of import duties, the rulings show that gadget makers are unlikely to be spared altogether and may have to consider price hikes on products that millions of consumers use every day. The devices have all been determined by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officials to fall under an obscure subheading of data transmission machines in the sprawling list of U.S. tariff codes.

  • ACCESSWIRE3 hours ago

    Today's Research Reports on Trending Tickers: Apple and LG Display Co.

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  • TheStreet.com3 hours ago

    Goldman Sachs Really Doesn't Like Apple's Stock

    The investment bank reiterated a $164 price target on the tech giant Friday, projecting 12-month downside risk of 14.5%. Goldman said downside risks on Apple include weakening iPhone demand, pressure on gross margins and large and dilutive acquisitions. Picking apart Goldman's model (see below), it appears it's concerned about Apple's average selling prices and less enthusiastic on profit margins relative to most on Wall Street for the September quarter.

  • Investopedia3 hours ago

    EU's Biggest Penalties on Global Tech Companies

    Alphabet Inc.'s Google ( GOOGL), the world’s leading internet giant, was penalized $5 billion this Wednesday on charges of abusing its dominant position its Android smartphone operating system enjoys in the market. The record fine was the maximum ever imposed on a technology company in the EU region.