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Stocks end sharply lower as President Trump "orders" American companies to look for an "alternative to China" after Beijing says it will institute retaliatory tariffs. Dispute overshadows Fed Chairman Powell's address at Jackson Hole conference.
If you see something you love, then take a nibble, but big bites aren't on the menu for me today.
Telecom carriers need a win. The smartphone business is stagnant. Consumers have become complacent with good enough devices. But 5G, coupled with amazing new AR experiences, changes everything.
Gainers trailed losers among Apple suppliers Thursday with Micron Technology up 1.4% and BYD Off 4.7%
The latest iPhones are expected to be available soon after Apple's usual event in mid-September announcing the new line-up.
A 'sell the news' strategy has consistently been a loser on Fed news.
JPMorgan Chase four years ago launched the app to compete with Apple Pay and a raft of other offerings in the area. But the market in the U.S. has been slower to develop than some analysts had expected.
Apple is reportedly in the final stages of signing off on new advanced screens for its iPhones from China's top display maker, BOE Technology Group.
That was fast. Cowen's Apple analyst already knows what he thinks of Apple TV Plus. Here's what investors need to know.
Jim Cramer says if you want to see the U.S. economy's strength, look to Home Depot, where the consumer's confidence and influence remains healthy.
Despite its vast resources, Apple is smart to start off gradually before ramping up spending to compete with Netflix and Disney, according to an analyst and an Apple investor.
The new joint credit card with Goldman Sachs is the first of several new services from Apple expected to debut this year.
The tech giant's CEO has met with President Trump on at least five occasions since his election. Those meetings appear to be paying dividends.
A low price point plus one-month free trial could make Apple Arcade an appealing option for millions of gamers worldwide. But old habits could still prove hard to break.
U.S. stock futures turn lower, a day after the decision from the United States to grant China's Huawei a three-month extension to buy parts from U.S. companies is looked upon as a sign of progress in the trade war between the world's two largest economies; Home Depot, Kohl's and Toll Brothers report earnings; Apple's spending on its streaming service reportedly soars past $6 billion.
The iPhone maker is pushing to launch its streaming service ahead of Disney's Nov. 12 start date.
Heads of Amazon, Apple, IBM, JPMorgan Chase and other major firms say they'll shift from a shareholder-first mentality to a more society-centric view.
Commerce Department grants Huawei key license to continue buying U.S. parts for three months, easing trade tensions with China.
Disney aims to launch Disney+ in most major global markets within two years of its Nov. 12 launch. The service will be available on a variety of major devices and platforms -- with one exception.
The service was first announced in March but no pricing details were given at the time.
U.S. stock futures rise after Donald Trump says the U.S. and China are 'talking' but also said he didn't want to do business 'at all' with China's Huawei Technologies because it's a national security threat; earnings reports are expected Monday from Estee Lauder and Baidu; the Federal Reserve will be in the spotlight this week; Lyft's lock-up period ends Monday.
'We are doing very well with China, and talking!' wrote the president over Twitter on Sunday, before also saying Apple's CEO makes a good 'case' about tariffs.
'If you just own FAANG names, that's not very diversified,' he says.
It's one of Jim's '5 Great Stocks for a Volatile Market.'
If a recession hits, Amazon's focus on low prices and hooking consumers on subscription shopping could be the right recipe to outperform large-cap tech peers.
It's created an environment of low expectations for the stock, which trades at a much lower multiple compared to other tech giants.
Markets were whipsawed this week by trade-war jitters and the U.S yield-curve inversion.
Stocks finished higher Friday as easing bond prices sent investors back to the markets in search of bargains to close out a wild week.
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