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I think there is a surge of tech enterprise spending going on right now at year's end.
Apple shares pared earlier gains in pre-market trading Wednesday following a report that its key Asia-based supplier, Foxconn, is planning deep cost cuts ahead of a "very difficult and competitive year" for the iPhone assembler.
As tech stocks led market declines this week, investors are questioning whether the sky-high valuations in the FAANG group are sustainable -- and looking for signs of a bottom.
Global stocks steadied Wednesday, as investors attempted to restore order to markets in the final full day of trading in a Thanksgiving-shortened week following last night's energy and tech-lead slump on Wall Street that raises significant questions for the direction of the global economy heading into next year.
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Many tech companies that were seen as bulletproof a couple months ago have seen their valuations fall considerably.
Markets are dropping for the second straight session this week, falling into the red for the year.
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U.S. listed tech stocks extended their slump Tuesday, with each of the so-called FAANG names sliding into bear market territory after giving back nearly $1 trillion in value from their recent peaks amid persistent concerns over consumer demand, U.S.-China trade talks and rising interest rates.
I would bless a sale for an investor that may have allowed him or herself to become overly exposed to this name.
We're going to keep a close eye on Energous Corp., ticker symbol WATT, because of the role it could play in wireless charging technology.
Everyone gets knocked down. What is different about you is that you are as tough as these markets.
Global stocks extended declines Wednesday, with tech and auto sector shares leading to the downside, as investors exited risk markets all over the world amid persistent signals of slowing economic growth and questions of the fate of U.S. China trade talks.
Only time will tell if we're near a bottom. However, the latest tech rout has been different in some notable ways from the ones seen in October.
Attempts to rally have failed, with the data center's supposed weakness at the heart of it.
The weakness we are seeing now is primarily technology driven. This is a market for making shopping lists and then staying patient.
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From the Fed and Fears to Facebook, Jim Cramer explains the biggest problems this market is facing.
A retest of the October lows seems almost too obvious but it is hard to dispute the possibility that it may occur.
AAPL is down roughly 20% from its October peak.
U.S. stocks fell sharply across the board Monday.
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We are all struggling to figure out when this rout ends.
While the market may close higher 3 out of every 4 weeks of Thanksgiving, it also closes lower 1 of every 4.
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