179.55 -0.11 (-0.06%)
After hours: 4:08PM EDT
|Bid||179.67 x 1100|
|Ask||179.77 x 900|
|Day's Range||177.81 - 180.54|
|52 Week Range||142.00 - 233.47|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.89|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||15.11|
|Earnings Date||Jul 29, 2019 - Aug 2, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.92 (1.46%)|
|1y Target Est||216.17|
Investors appear to be falling out of love with the once high-flying FAANG stocks.
President Trump walked out of an infrastructure meeting after Nancy Pelosi accused him of participating in a 'cover up'. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous, Brian Sozzi, and Andy Serwer break down the details.
NBC Anchor Natalie Morales and her husband have joint checking and savings accounts, but she has a separate account to trade stocks.
The streaming giant has little exposure to China and is growing rapidly globally in giant markets like India.
Looking for ways to hit back at Washington as a tariff fight escalates, President Xi Jinping and his economy czar visited a Chinese factory that processes rare earths - exotic minerals used in electric cars, mobile phones and other technology. Rare earths are "an important strategic resource," the official Xinhua News Agency cited Xi as saying. The message was clear: China's role as the main global supplier of rare earths used in smartphones, lightweight magnets, batteries and other components is leverage over Washington.
Apple and Its Peers Are Bleeding: Is It the US-China Trade War?Apple stockOn May 23 at 12:46 PM EDT, Apple (AAPL) was trading at $179.12 with a 2.0% loss for the day. Earlier today, it posted a low of near $177.87, down nearly 2.7% from
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell sharply Thursday as the trade war between the U.S. and China intensified. cut its second-quarter guidance amid lower revenue expectations resulting from the U.S. ban on business with Huawei Technologies. beat Wall Street's first-quarter earnings expectations and confirmed its full-year profit guidance, but was still losing ground.
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The companies that paid out the most cash in the first quarter range from Australia’s BHP Group to Apple. Large dividend outlays often signal a company’s underlying strength, but investors can’t rely on that entirely.
Earlier this month, Qualcomm investors thought some of the chip maker’s legal issues were abating after the company’s big agreement with Apple, but on Wednesday, the company was seen as having more uncertainty after a federal court ruling.
With iPhone sales sagging, Apple’s standout business in recent quarters has been services. And therein lies both opportunity—and risk.
Amazon is getting into the health-tracking wearables space, according to a new report. It would help Amazon learn more about customers and potentially corner the market on a demographic of older, sicker users that mirrors the aging American population. Amazon is reportedly considering a health-tracking wearable — and a lot of people in the health industry think it makes perfect sense.
shares extended declines Thursday, while Tesla Inc. China's Commerce Ministry said Thursday U.S. actions have increased the risk of a trade war, as well as a global economic recession, and cautioned that Beijing will take any needed steps in order to protect the interest of Chinese firms. "It's clear that China will attempt to minimize its reliance on foreign countries to provide critical hardware and software," said ING's Asia economist Iris Pang.
The Philadelphia Semiconductor Index breached its 200-day moving average for the first time since February on Thursday. Huawei, which the Trump administration has labeled a national security threat, is at the center of the trade war with China.
UBS analyst Timothy Arcuri wrote Thursday that purchase intent for Apple Inc.'s looks to be stabilizing in most of the world, except for in China. His firm's survey of smartphone owners found that only 17% of Chinese respondents plan to purchase an iPhone in the next 12 months, compared with 22% when the survey was last conducted in October. "The survey has been directionally accurate in predicting demand for the next 12 months," Arcuri wrote. He said that Apple's China numbers face easier comparisons going forward but are still high in the next six months. "We do think a nationalistic movement - similar to the one we saw at the time of the arrest of Huawei's CFO in November - seems quite probable and would impact iPhone sales," Arcuri wrote of trade tensions between the U.S. and China. He cut his price target to $225 from $235 but maintained a buy rating on shares, which are off 2.4% in Thursday's session. Apple's stock has gained 13% so far this year, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average has risen almost 9%.
The chip stock is plunging after a federal judge sided with the FTC, ruling that its practices violated antitrust law. Yahoo Finance's Dan Howley discusses with Seana Smith on "The Ticker."
Even more evidence hinting at a big Touch ID comeback for Apple's future iPhones, the latest iPhone 11 leak -- and what's different about Apple's newest MacBook Pros?
American Elements CEO Michael Silver joins CNBC's "Squawk Alley" team to discuss trade tensions and the rare earth market both in the U.S. and in China.