190.18 -1.23 (-0.64%)
After hours: 6:05PM EST
|Bid||190.20 x 800|
|Ask||190.28 x 900|
|Day's Range||186.90 - 191.97|
|52 Week Range||150.24 - 233.47|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.21|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.34|
|Earnings Date||Jan 30, 2019 - Feb 4, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.92 (1.50%)|
|1y Target Est||233.88|
Our call of the day is Apple, after Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty came out with a note in which she reiterated her overweight rating on Apple, writing that all the noise around supply chain concerns is a buying opportunity.
There’s certainly no love lost between the leaders of two of the most influential companies in the world.
A year-long site search across the nation has brought the e-commerce giant continued public attention.
For public equities, they like names such as Amazon and Apple, as well as the health-care sector. Ultra-wealthy investors aren't bullish on the markets but they are well positioned to "weather the storm," according to Michael Sonnenfeldt, founder of investment club Tiger 21.
Apple Inc. has made its first major move into the movie space with a multiyear deal with A24, the New York-based independent film distribution and production company behind the Oscar-winning “Moonlight” and box-office hit “Hereditary.” Under the agreement, A24 will produce multiple titles for the computer giant. Little else, including terms, is known about the deal, such as whether the films will play in theaters, a la Amazon’s model, or almost exclusively online, like Netflix’s. Launched in 2012, A24 is a hot new distributor, with such films as “Spring Breakers,” “Ex Machina,” “Room,” “The Witch” and the documentary “Amy.” Its recent films include “Mid90s” and “Eighth Grade.” The company already has distribution deals with DirecTV and Amazon Prime, but the Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) agreement puts A24 in business with a tech giant eager to make up lost ground to Netflix and Amazon.
Inc. will begin making independent, feature-length films through a multiyear partnership with the Oscar-winning studio A24, broadening the iPhone maker’s push into original content beyond TV programming and into movies. New York-based A24 will produce multiple films for Apple, according to people familiar with the partnership. Its films are often more successful in provoking cultural conversation than profiting heavily from ticket sales, a signal the Apple deal is more about brand cache than box-office windfalls.
Apple Inc has inked a multi-year deal with A24, the studio behind Oscar-winning projects "Moonlight" and "Amy", a source familiar with the plans told Reuters, as the iPhone maker pushes ...
(Reuters) - Apple Inc has inked a multi-year deal with A24, the studio behind Oscar-winning projects "Moonlight" and "Amy", a source familiar with the plans told Reuters, as the iPhone maker pushes deeper into original content and movies. Apple, which had allocated an initial $1 billion for programming, earlier inked deals with Hollywood celebrities including Oprah Winfrey and ordered two seasons of a series starring Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston to bring in more content for its users. ...
Stocks finished Thursday on a high note, with all three indexes rebounding from early losses. It was a pleasant change from the past month, when markets often saw early gains erased by selling into the close.
Bulls came out on top after another volatile session for the key indexes in the stock market today. The Nasdaq led as hard-hit tech stocks rebounded.
The multi-year deal involves the New York-based film and TV studio producing multiple films for Apple.
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The major indexes were squarely lower in morning trade Thursday. Cisco Systems and Walmart reported their quarterly earnings results.
Stock futures: Cisco, Walmart and NetApp moved on earnings. Warren Buffett, via Berkshire Hathaway, bought Oracle and JPMorgan stock in Q3. Apple was still active.
Cisco Systems showed bullish action and has been outperforming fellow megacap tech Apple since October. Leading retailers cooled off.
Apple shares bounce, as they attempt to snap a five-day losing streak, after Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty said the recent weakness has been an overreaction to sales warnings from smartphone suppliers, creating a buying opportunity.
U.S. stocks reversed course to trade higher on Thursday after a Financial Times report that further U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports would be paused spurred optimism that the two countries could resolve ...
Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B, $216.03), took a few more bites of Apple (AAPL) stock in the most recent quarter. But the big news is that he's bonkers for bank stocks. Berkshire Hathaway added to or bought new stakes in five of the nation's largest commercial banks in the third quarter ended Sept. 30. The holding company also made bets on investment banking, custodial banking and insurance. In addition to finding value in select pockets of the financial sector, the Oracle of Omaha also made a surprising new bet on a technology stock. The world's greatest value investor made several noteworthy moves in the third quarter, according to a new Berkshire Hathaway 13F regulatory filing. (Large investors such as Berkshire are required to disclose their holdings to the Securities and Exchange Commission every three months.) The biggest changes to Berkshire's portfolio came in the form of additional stakes and new investments as the company seeks to deploy a hoard of cash that stood at more than $100 billion at the end of the September quarter. But Berkshire also did a little trimming. Since it can be instructive to see what Buffett has been up to, we took a closer look at what Berkshire has been buying and selling. Keep in mind that not all "Warren Buffett stocks" are actually his picks - some smaller positions are believed to be handled by lieutenants Ted Weschler and Todd Combs. That said, here are the most notable recent changes to Berkshire Hathaway's stock holdings. SEE ALSO: 101 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for 2019 and Beyond