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iPhone 8 went on sale Friday.
It should have been a single key.
Basically, if it ends in 'maker' it's in here.
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A lot of people are buying phones online or waiting for the X.
The S&P 500 added 0.08%, and the Nasdaq gained 0.06%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average remained lower, though, falling 0.07%.
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The lack of intraday fluctuations makes trading very challenging.
The magic of this portion of the consumer-products stocks seems to be gone.
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Downside momentum is accelerating as selling interest pickups.
Here's where stocks are trading at midday on Friday.
A customer survey indicates a healthy number of people will be upgrading their iPhones, says Gene Munster.
'What's next?' appears to be the dominant question, but you might not like the answer.
The major indices barely budged intraday this week, as we had the narrowest trading range ever.
Concern over weak iPhone 8 launch is overblown and creating an entry point.
Here's where stocks are trading on Friday morning.
Apple shares need a hearty bump Friday.
Apple is working on a software fix for the glitchy wireless network connection, as the new smartwatch is officially released on Friday.
Stock futures are lower. Here's where stocks are trading ahead of the market open on Friday.
Traders are watching overnight developments in Asia and Europe, response to Apple's Asian iPhone 8 launch and layoffs at HPE.
Markets don't always go up, which is why Jim Cramer wants you to know how to deal with major selloffs and unpredictability.
PayPal has had one of the hottest stocks in the entire tech sector in 2017. CEO Dan Schulman tells TheStreet what the stock market may be betting on.
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