AAPL - Apple Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
188.74
-0.10 (-0.05%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

186.33 -2.41 (-1.28%)
Pre-Market: 4:07AM EDT

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Previous Close188.84
Open187.88
Bid186.31 x 1000
Ask186.55 x 800
Day's Range187.20 - 189.22
52 Week Range142.28 - 194.20
Volume14,842,280
Avg. Volume29,894,337
Market Cap927.684B
Beta1.15
PE Ratio (TTM)18.26
EPS (TTM)10.34
Earnings DateJul 30, 2018 - Aug 3, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield2.92 (1.55%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-11
1y Target Est198.48
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  • Financial Times2 hours ago

    [$$] Trump threatens tariffs on another $200bn of Chinese imports

    Donald Trump has ordered his administration to draft plans for tariffs on a further $200bn in Chinese imports if Beijing does not abandon its intention to retaliate against US duties on imports announced last week. In a statement issued late on Monday, Mr Trump said he had asked US trade officials to identify a further $200bn in goods from China to be subject to a 10 per cent tariff, and that he was prepared to impose tariffs on an additional $200bn beyond that. China’s commerce ministry said the threat was “blackmail” and warned of “strong countermeasures”.

  • Financial Times3 hours ago

    [$$] Daily briefing: Trump ups trade ante, debating robots, Kane canes Tunisia

    US President Donald Trump ordered his administration to draft plans for tariffs on a further $200bn of Chinese imports if Beijing does not abandon its intention to retaliate against US tariffs on imports announced last week. China’s commerce ministry claimed the threat was “blackmail” and warned of “strong countermeasures”. Apple may be in the clear, however — Mr Trump told Apple boss Tim Cook that he would not levy tariffs on iPhones assembled in China.

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    U.S. top court mulls Apple's App Store commissions in antitrust case

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to take up Apple Inc's bid to escape a lawsuit accusing it of breaking federal antitrust laws by monopolizing the market for iPhone software applications and causing consumers to pay more than they should. The justices said they would hear Apple's appeal of a lower court's ruling that revived the proposed class-action lawsuit by iPhone buyers over commissions that the Cupertino, California-based technology company receives through its App Store. President Donald Trump's administration backed Apple and urged the justices to take the case.

  • Australian court fines Apple $6.7 million over iPhone 'bricking' case
    Reuters3 hours ago

    Australian court fines Apple $6.7 million over iPhone 'bricking' case

    An Australian court fined U.S. electronics giant Apple Inc A$9 million ($6.7 million) on Tuesday after a regulator accused it of using a software update to disable iPhones which had cracked screens fixed by third parties. The Australian Competitor and Consumer Commission (ACCC) sued the world's biggest company by market value for "bricking" - or using a software update to disable - hundreds of smartphones and tablet devices, then refusing to unlock them if the devices had been serviced by non-Apple repairers. On Tuesday the Australian Federal Court found in the regulator's favour, saying Apple had breached the country's consumer law by telling some 275 customers they were not eligible for a remedy if their device had been repaired by a third party.

  • Financial Times4 hours ago

    [$$] Australian court fines Apple for misleading customers

    Apple has been ordered to pay A$9m ($6.7m) in penalties in Australia for misleading customers with faulty iPhones in a ruling that the country’s competition watchdog said showed multinationals would be held accountable for the actions of their local subsidiaries. The fine followed an investigation by the regulator after some iPhones and iPads were disabled following the downloading of an update to Apple’s iOS operating system. “Apple US admitted it had represented to at least 275 Australian customers …[that they] were no longer eligible for a remedy if their device had been repaired by a third party,” the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission said in a statement.

  • MarketWatch5 hours ago

    Asian stocks sink, led by Apple suppliers, on Trump’s latest tariff threat

    Asian stocks dropped Tuesday following President Donald Trump’s announcement of potentially $200 billion of additional tariffs against imports from China.

  • Australian court fines Apple $6.7 million over iPhone 'bricking' case
    Reuters5 hours ago

    Australian court fines Apple $6.7 million over iPhone 'bricking' case

    An Australian court fined U.S. electronics giant Apple Inc A$9 million ($6.7 million) on Tuesday after a regulator accused it of using a software update to disable iPhones which had cracked screens fixed by third parties. The Australian Competitor and Consumer Commission (ACCC) sued the world's biggest company by market value for "bricking" - or using a software update to disable - hundreds of smartphones and tablet devices, then refusing to unlock them if the devices had been serviced by non-Apple repairers. On Tuesday the Australian Federal Court found in the regulator's favor, saying Apple had breached the country's consumer law by telling some 275 customers they were not eligible for a remedy if their device had been repaired by a third party.

  • MarketWatch5 hours ago

    Trump reportedly told Apple that tariffs against China would spare iPhones

    Tech giant worries China will retaliate as trade tensions heat upBloomberg NewsCustomers check out Apple iPhones in Shanghai, China, in 2015. Apple Inc. iPhones assembled in China will not be subject to U.S. tariffs, according to a report Monday, but the tech giant may still get punished by rising trade tensions. The New York Times reported that the Trump administration has told Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook that tariffs would not be placed on iPhones imported from China.

  • Financial Times7 hours ago

    [$$] Supreme Court to review Apple app store commissions case

    The US Supreme Court has agreed to consider a case from  Apple that could determine how antitrust complaints are handled against a wide range of ecommerce sites including  Amazon and  eBay .  The case ...

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  • Reuters7 hours ago

    Trump told Apple CEO iPhones will be spared from China tariffs - New York Times

    The newspaper reported that Cook travelled to the White House last month to warn Trump of the potentially adverse effects of Trump's trade policies on Apple in China but did not specify precisely when Trump made the commitment to Cook. Apple and the White House were not immediately available for comment.

  • Trump told Apple CEO iPhones will be spared from China tariffs: NYT
    Reuters7 hours ago

    Trump told Apple CEO iPhones will be spared from China tariffs: NYT

    The newspaper reported that Cook traveled to the White House last month to warn Trump of the potentially adverse effects of Trump's trade policies on Apple in China but did not specify precisely when Trump made the commitment to Cook. Apple and the White House were not immediately available for comment.

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