AAPL-EUR.SW - Apple

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Open182.61
Bid159.04 x 0
Ask162.07 x 0
Day's range182.61 - 182.61
52-week range182.61 - 182.61
Volume111
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  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    US STOCKS-Wall Street rally pauses after underwhelming revenue forecasts

    U.S. stocks edged lower on Wednesday as videogame makers reported disappointing revenue forecasts and investors awaited developments on U.S.-China trade relations. The benchmark S&P 500 and the Nasdaq ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts to depart in April

    Apple Inc said on Tuesday that retail chief Angela Ahrendts will leave the company in April after five years on the job, the third departure of a retail head brought in from outside the company. It comes as Apple tries to reverse a slide in sales of its iPhones. Ahrendts, who is among Apple's highest-paid executives, came to the company in 2014 after being chief executive of fashion retailer Burberry Group Plc (Frankfurt: BB2A.F - news) .

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Solid BP update pushes European shares to 9 week high as banks rebound

    European shares hit nine-week highs on Tuesday as a recovery in banks and gains in oil stocks on stronger crude prices and a solid update from major BP helped offset some disappointing updates including ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    US STOCKS-Big thumbs-up from Wall St after Fed signals patience on rates

    U.S. stocks surged on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve said it would be patient in lifting borrowing costs further this year, reassuring investors worried about a slowing economy. Along with better-than-feared quarterly results from Apple (Swiss: AAPL-EUR.SW - news) Inc, the Fed's comments helped Wall Street reverse two down days triggered by profit warnings from U.S. bellwethers that signaled a bigger impact from a slowdown in China. While the Fed said continued U.S. economic and job growth were still "the most likely outcomes," it removed language from its December policy statement that risks to the outlook were "roughly balanced" and struck language that projected "some further" rate hikes would be appropriate in 2019.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    US STOCKS-Wall Street extends gain after Fed says to be patient on rates

    U.S. stocks extended their rally on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve said it would be patient in lifting borrowing costs further this year, reassuring investors worried about a slowing economy. Along ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-Business fears of no-deal Brexit rise

    Possibly the most intriguing Brexit headline at the moment is The Sun’s source-based story that PM Theresa May has privately ruled out a no-deal Brexit to senior members of her team. The plausible logic is that she does not want to do so in public because that would reduce her leverage, both with Westminster lawmakers and with the European Union. The head of the UK shipping industry has called on politicians to "get a grip": he thinks the UK should either drop the Irish backdrop or put a time limit on it.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    TREASURIES-Yields rise after Powell remarks, robust jobs report

    Treasury yields rose on Friday after the U.S. employment report for December came in more robust than expected, and on the back of U.S. equities, which hit session highs as Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell struck a dovish tone in a roundtable interview. Powell's remark that the Fed would adjust its rate-hiking policy if economic conditions demanded it sent investors into riskier assets, benefiting stocks and lowering Treasury prices, and reversing some of the effects of this week's financial market fluctuations. "Powell pushed back a bit on the narrative of ‘no rate hikes in 2019’, which seems to have pervaded the bond markets over the last four weeks," said Guy LeBas, chief fixed income strategist at Janney Montgomery Scott LLC.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    European shares post best day since June 2016

    European shares posted their biggest daily gain since June 2016 as buoyant U.S. job data and hopes of better Sino/U.S. trade relations boosted shares after a gloomy week during which a rare revenue warning ...

  • Apple sales alert: Should tech giant have seen it coming?
    Sky News5 months ago

    Apple sales alert: Should tech giant have seen it coming?

    Apple (NasdaqGS: AAPL - news) 's shock cut to its sales forecast is a dramatic move that has raised more questions than answers. One is whether the problems in China cited by Apple are going to hurt other companies doing business there. The biggest, though, is whether the Californian tech giant is trying to use problems in China as an excuse for a wider downturn in its fortunes.

  • Wall Street shares tumble after Apple warning
    Sky News5 months ago

    Wall Street shares tumble after Apple warning

    Wall Street stocks have slid sharply in the wake of a warning from Apple (NasdaqGS: AAPL - news) that its revenues would fall short because of a slowdown in China. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 660 points, or 2.8% lower, as the warning fed into ongoing worries about the impact of Donald Trump's trade war with Beijing. A key White House adviser said in response that the ongoing tensions were going to mean that a "heck of a lot" of US firms with sales in China - not just Apple (Swiss: AAPL-EUR.SW - news) - would see their earnings downgraded until the two countries reach a deal.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    TREASURIES-Two-year yield dips below key Fed rate for first time since 2008

    The fed funds effective rate, which was 2.4 percent on Thursday, moves within the Federal Reserve's key policy range of 2.25 to 2.5 percent. "This is a big deal," said Ian Lyngen, head of U.S. rates strategy at BMO Capital Markets.

  • Apple alert raises fresh questions for tech giant
    Sky News5 months ago

    Apple alert raises fresh questions for tech giant

    Apple (NasdaqGS: AAPL - news) 's shock cut to its sales forecast is a dramatic move that has raised more questions than answers. One is whether the problems in China cited by Apple are going to hurt other companies doing business there. The biggest, though, is whether the Californian tech giant is trying to use problems in China as an excuse for a wider downturn in its fortunes.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    TREASURIES-Yields down after weak manufacturing data, Apple warning

    Treasury yields fell on Thursday after data showed a significant drop in U.S. manufacturing activity, extending overnight losses prompted by a revenue warning issued by Apple (NasdaqGS: AAPL - news) that sent investors fleeing to safe-haven instruments. A report from the Institute of Supply Management showed that U.S. factory activity slowed more than expected in December. It is down 7.9 basis points, having fallen below 2.6 percent for the first time since January 2018.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-A bite of the Apple

    Apple’s guidance bomb on its fourth-quarter sales and holiday iPhone demand from China in particular came after the bell and a trading session in which Wall Street stocks struggled to get back in the black after an early plunge. Apple (Swiss: AAPL-EUR.SW - news) shares fell more than 7 percent in after-hours trade and S&P500 futures are down more than 1 percent first thing on Thursday, with European stock futures also down 0.7 percent as tech bellwethers were expected to take a hit.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Britain's HMV faces the music as retailer calls in administrators

    Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 28 (Reuters) - Music retailer HMV said on Friday it was calling in the administrators, blaming a worsening market for entertainment CDs and DVDs, to become the latest victim of brutal trading conditions in Britain's retail sector. The accounting firm KPMG has been named as the administrator and intends to keep the business running while it seeks a potential buyer, HMV said in a statement. Will Wright, Neil Gostelow and David Pike from KPMG's Restructuring practice have been confirmed as joint administrators to HMV Retail Limited and HMV Ecommerce Limited, KPMG said in a statement late Friday.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    100 days to Brexit, EU tells London: financiers on their own without a deal

    LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 19 (Reuters) - With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) just 100 days until Brexit, the EU's executive cautioned that most banking, insurance and other financial firms in Britain would be cut off from the European Union if there is no divorce deal. Prime Minister Theresa May's failure to find a deal the British parliament will approve means the world's fifth largest economy now faces three main choices: agreeing a last-minute deal, halting Brexit or leaving the EU without a deal.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    'Bohemian Rhapsody' now most-streamed 20th century song

    Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 10 (Reuters) - They said it would never sell, with its six-minute playing time, operatic passages and lyrics about Galileo and Scaramouche, but the Queen song "Bohemian Rhapsody" on Monday became the most streamed song from the 20th century. Boosted by the new movie "Bohemian Rhapsody," the 1975 single and music video surpassed 1.6 billion streams globally, record company Universal Music Group said in a statement. The song overtook the likes of Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit," and Guns N' Roses' "Sweet Child O'Mine," and is now also the most streamed classic rock song of all time, Universal added.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks extend sell-off on growth and Brexit worries

    NEW YORK, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 10 (Reuters) - A gauge of global equities stumbled on Monday, as losses in Europe and Asia extended to Wall Street on new signs the U.S.-China trade spat was impacting world economic growth, but rebounded from an initial drop as Apple Inc shares recovered. Further denting sentiment was confusion stemming from British Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to abruptly delay a vote on her Brexit deal on Monday, which weighed heavily on European shares. It is not just Brexit - which is huge - it is Europe generally speaking," said Peter Kenny, founder of Kenny's Commentary LLC and Strategic Board Solutions LLC in New (KOSDAQ: 160550.KQ - news) York.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    EU ministers fail to break digital tax deadlock

    BRUSSELS, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 4 (Reuters) - European Union finance ministers failed to agree a tax on digital revenues on Tuesday, despite a last minute Franco-German plan to salvage the proposal by narrowing its focus to companies like Google and Facebook (NasdaqGS: FB - news) . The European Union's executive arm proposed a 3 percent tax on big digital firms' online revenues in March, alleging the companies funnelled profit through states with the lowest tax rates. The tax requires the support of all 28 EU states, including small, low-tax countries like Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) which have benefited by allowing multinationals to book profits there on digital sales to customers elsewhere in the European Union.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Oil glut sends prices down 20 percent for Nov; shares little changed before Trump-Xi talks

    Oil prices retreated further on Friday amid a global glut, racking up a 20 percent drop for November, while most major equity markets kept moves tight ahead of weekend talks between U.S. President Donald ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Oil toils after worst month in a decade, Deutsche sinks DAX

    Oil toiled at a more than one-year low after its worst month in a decade on Friday, while most major markets were keeping moves tight ahead of a weekend meeting between U.S. and Chinese presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping. Europe's main share indexes in London, Frankfurt and Paris all sank, and Wall Street futures were pointing down too after the latest batch of disappointing Chinese data had made for another twitchy Asian session. Frankfurt's export-heavy DAX and Britain's domestic-focused FTSE 250 were both staring at their fourth consecutive month of falls.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-Brexit deal on tour: Dec 11 countdown

    As Theresa May sets out to today sell her Brexit deal to the country ahead of a crunch Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) . 11 parliamentary vote, it wasn't exactly helpful that Donald Trump said he thought it would make future UK-US trade more difficult. Downing Street immediately rejected that interpretation and pointed out that preparatory work for a future trade pact was already underway.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-iPhone demand worries send ripples through global markets

    World stock markets fell on Tuesday as worries over softening demand for the iPhone prompted a sell-off by tech stocks around the world, while the arrest of car boss Carlos Ghosn pulled down Nissan and ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    TREASURIES OUTLOOK-Yields fall as tumbling stocks prompt safety buying

    U.S. Treasury yields fell to six-week lows on Monday as stocks fell, boosting demand for low-risk U.S. government debt. Major stock indexes slid 2 percent as a slump in Apple shares battered the technology ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    Apple supplier AMS cuts forecast, indicating poor iPhone demand

    Austria's AMS, which makes facial recognition technology, became the latest Apple (Swiss: AAPL-EUR.SW - news) supplier to cut its revenue forecast, adding to growing evidence that the latest iPhones are not selling well. AMS, which specialises in sensors, did not name Apple as the customer, but analysts estimate that the U.S. giant accounts for 40 percent of the Austrian group's sales. Apple shocked investors two weeks ago with a lower than expected sales forecast for the Christmas quarter, prompting suppliers including U.S. firm Lumentum, British chipmaker IQE (LSE: IQE.L - news) and screen maker Japan Display (Other OTC: JPDYY - news) to issue warnings that pointed to weakness in new iPhone sales.

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