|Bid||183.00 x 1800|
|Ask||182.97 x 1000|
|Day's range||182.55 - 185.71|
|52-week range||142.00 - 233.47|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.89|
|PE ratio (TTM)||15.41|
|Earnings date||29 Jul 2019 - 2 Aug 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||2.92 (1.46%)|
|1y target est||216.17|
Qualcomm, Apple, Boeing, Avon and Beyond Meat are the companies to watch.
Apple’s WWDC keynote invites just went out, with only a couple of weeks to spare. The company’s graphic designers appear to be having some fun this time out, with a mind-blown rainbow unicorn, losing the Apple, Swift and App Store icons among others. Apple’s interestingly been in the habit of announcing small releases just ahead of its big shows this year, and that continues with this week’s announcement of new MacBook Pros with faster processors and, more importantly, updated keyboards.
NYU professor Scott Galloway told Yahoo Finance that Tesla will likely be acquired and suggested that Apple is a likely suitor.
Here Are the Latest Battles Apple Has Been Fighting(Continued from Prior Part)Apple sitting on $113 billion net cashLast month, Apple (AAPL) expanded its share repurchase program with an additional $75 billion. Last May, the company announced a $100
Here Are the Latest Battles Apple Has Been Fighting(Continued from Prior Part)Apple slashed prices to boost sales in ChinaApple (AAPL) is attempting a recovery in China, where tough economic times and tight competition from local brands have caused
Here Are the Latest Battles Apple Has Been Fighting(Continued from Prior Part)A $1.2 trillion marketApple (AAPL) and German business software company SAP SE (SAP) are taking their enterprise mobility partnership to a new level. The companies
Here Are the Latest Battles Apple Has Been FightingCourt allows antitrust suit against Apple to proceedApple (AAPL) suffered a setback recently when the US Supreme Court allowed an antitrust lawsuit against the company to proceed. According to a
As Sentiment Sours, Could Warren Buffett Buy More Apple Shares?Apple sharesThe US equity markets have come under pressure this month because of the ongoing US-China trade war. Markets are in the red today, and the NASDAQ Composite Index (QQQ) is
Apple Inc.’s per-share earnings are at risk of a 29% hit if its products are banned in China in retaliation for measures taken by the U.S. government against Huawei Technologies Co., Goldman Sachs said Wednesday.
Britain's biggest mobile operator EE said on Wednesday its 5G network would rely on equipment made by China's Huawei, at least for the first few years, as it announced plans to switch on the next-generation services on May 30. The United States has said Huawei is a security risk and open to spying by Beijing, a claim the Chinese company denies.
Given the “somewhat schizophrenic” behavior of the government, the analyst sees the possibility of winning on appeal, especially due to the recent Apple settlement. Qualcomm said it “strongly disagrees” with U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh’s ruling and will seek an immediate stay and appeal. “We strongly disagree with the judge’s conclusions, her interpretation of the facts and her application of the law,” said Don Rosenberg, executive vice president and general counsel of Qualcomm.
U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh sided Tuesday with the Federal Trade Commission in a case brought in 2017 accusing Qualcomm of anti-competitive practices. The ruling comes one month after Qualcomm and Apple settled a similar lawsuit brought by the iPhone maker. Qualcomm Will appeal Koh’s ruling and ask for a stay.
Apple has agreed to inform consumers about battery health and the performance impact of its software updates, which it was already doing.
Apple's step shows how increased public scrutiny is forcing greater transparency in Silicon Valley, particularly as its tech rivals Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google have struggled with data privacy scandals. At a launch event in March, Apple made privacy the core focus as it introduced Apple News+, a news app that it said would not report what users were reading to advertisers, as well as a credit card with Goldman Sachs that it said would not sell user data to marketers. Earlier this month, Google said it will roll out a dashboard-like function in its Chrome browser to offer users more control in fending off tracking cookies, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Qualcomm stock was dropping sharply Wednesday after a U.S. district court ruled in favor of the Federal Trade Commission in its antitrust lawsuit against the chipmaker.
Apple faces a large risk to its annual profits if China decides to retaliate over the U.S. government’s decision to restrict sales to Huawei, according to Goldman Sachs.
The ruling, made public late Tuesday in California, challenges Qualcomm’s business model and could upend the smartphone industry. U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh sided with the Federal Trade Commission in a case brought in 2017 accusing the company of anti-competitive practices. The ruling comes one month after Qualcomm and Apple Inc. struck a settlement in a similar lawsuit brought by the iPhone maker, which agreed to continue paying the licensing fees.
Aside from new retail earnings reports, we look forward to parsing through the released minutes from the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC).