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Every time you see competitors trying to team up to catch PayPal it just reminds you how PayPal is the undisputed worldwide leader.
Counter-trade the tech stock ETF XLK buying weakness to its 200-day simple moving average at $70.82 and selling strength at its 50-day SMA at $75.83.
An outright ban on Apple products by the Chinese government would have even more dire consequences, according to Cowen analyst Krish Sankar.
The tech giant has strong growth prospects, a super-efficient supply chain and continues to trade cheaply.
Goldman Sachs stepped in and is now the banking partner for the consumer-friendly Apple Card, reports say.
Apple® today introduced the new iPod touch® with enhancements to power, capability and communication at a remarkable price.
The Fed will be forced to consider short-term rate cuts in order to attempt to reestablish a more normal, healthier looking yield curve.
The real danger is that Chinese demand for Apple products will slump, according to Dan Ives.
China is the world's supplier of rare earths. Export restrictions could be bad news for Apple investors.
I suggest avoiding all three over the next few months and over the remainder of the year.
Stocks falter on realization that trade war between U.S. and China is about more than soybeans.
Jim Cramer says we need to bake in as much bad news as possible before the market really finds a bottom. There will be more declines ahead.
Gainers trail losers among Apple suppliers. Apple off 1.7%.
Stocks fell Thursday as investors reacted to escalating rhetoric in the trade war between the United States and China.
Why have things gotten so grim? Oh, let me count the ways.
This is a play on a long-term, not a short-term directional trade I normally like.
Amazon's investments in the auto business could lay the groundwork for a leaner, more cost-effective commerce division and offer other benefits as well.
We are seeing a sea-change in expectations for Apple’s iPhone business as it runs a high risk of falling victim to an escalating trade war.
Apple shares extended declines in pre-market trading Thursday, while Tesla slumped to fresh two-and-a-half year lows, as investors grow increasingly concerned that the current U.S.-China trade dispute will ensnare iconic companies in damaging tech cold war.
Gene Munster tells TheStreet why Apple is the most likely tech giant to purchase the suddenly much cheaper electric vehicle maker.
The market has been issuing warning signs for days now and if you are a prudent trader you already should be holding high levels of cash.
Global stocks drifted lower Thursday, setting up Wall Street for its third negative session of the week, as investors hunker down for a prolonged U.S-China trade dispute while trimming bets on near-term support from the Federal Reserve.
Then is the time to buy -- and it should soon be here.
U.S. stock futures point lower and global stocks decline as the U.S.-China trade dispute intensifies; Apple and Tesla extend declines amid worries of a damaging tech cold war; Tyson Foods is looking to set up a beef-processing plant in Kazakhstan to avoid Chinese tariffs, a report says; L Brands soars after lifting its earnings guidance.
This market can be judged on how much exposure a stock has to China and trade war risks. Jim Cramer starts with Apple.
It’s hard to say if we’re overbought or oversold now -- this market is just stuck -- but here are some stocks to look at, including defensive names.
Gainers trail losers among Apple suppliers. Apple off 2%.
Plus, Target shares are jumping after earnings, but could still be a buy.
Amid reports that it's prepping large software and processor changes for the Mac, Apple has launched new MacBook Pros featuring nuts-and-bolts improvements.
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