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China's retaliatory tariffs spark biggest selloff on Wall Street since January.
President Trump has decided that the U.S. simply shouldn't do business with China and if you do you are going to have to pay the price.
Apple shares traded near a two-month low Monday as investors worried that fresh tariffs on China-made imports into the United States will either raise price or depress earnings for the world's biggest tech company.
U.S. stock futures extended declines Monday after China said it would hike tariffs on $60 billion worth of U.S. imports to 25% following the collapse of last week's trade talks in Washington.
Until we see the stock acting independently from the market, what Apple does may not matter.
Apple stock is a buy on weakness to its annual value level at $182.85 following Monday's setback in China trade talks.
Apple's stock could lose big in a trade war with China. Here's what that means for consumers.
Apple's antitrust defense is moot after a narrow court decision on Monday morning.
What's moving markets? Stocks fall sharply Monday as China decides to raise tariffs on some U.S. goods.
The ruling on Monday allows a class action suit to proceed, but didn't offer an opinion on whether Apple's actions were illegal.
Shares of the customer relations software provider are up 375% over the past three years.
Action Alerts Plus' Senior Analyst Jeff Marks and Real Money's reporter Kevin Curran weigh in on what's moving the markets, Real Money's Stock of the Day, and look ahead to Take Two, Ralph Lauren, and Tilray earnings report.
New bank-like companies are taking deposits and offering checking accounts, while never opening a physical branch. That's an ideal scenario for wireless carrier T-Mobile, which wants to transform its smartphone platform into a virtual bank.
Fears that Apple's revenue will get hit hard from Donald Trump's policy may be overdone for now.
Let's see what this weakness could do to the charts.
Apple is feeling the brunt of trade anxiety on Monday morning.
Global stocks tumbled Monday, extending declines in major markets around the world and pulling Wall Street futures deeply into the red, as China vowed to stand its ground in the escalating trade war with the United States, casting doubt on a near-term agreement between the world's two biggest economies.
Trump may say China broke the deal, but here is a deeper dive into what happened -- and what the outcome is likely to be for the markets.
Stocks rebound on encouraging words from the White House on U.S.-China trade war.
Contracts one-tenth the size of the E-mini could enable more futures traders to hedge an upbeat or disappointing earnings report.
The markets staged a big reversal Friday after the China tariffs and Uber's IPO thud. Jim Cramer's got your game plan for next week.
Given the market selloff this week, the majority of our long positions declined while our inverse market ETFs moved higher.
Uber's IPO move could be a blip on the road to autonomous driving.
U.S. stocks extended declines Friday after President Donald Trump unleashes a torrent of comment on social media that suggested there was "no rush" to reach a trade agreement with China just after after he opted to increased tariffs on $200 billion worth imports in the latest escalation of the ongoing trade war.
We simply believe this stock is too cheap.
Viacom posted stronger-than-expected second quarter earnings Friday, but missed revenue forecasts as ad sales for the Comedy Central and MTV owner eased from last year's pace.
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