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Futures were little changed late Monday as Alphabet stock held steady despite strong earnings. Stock indexes are stuck below 50-day lines as Apple and chip stocks keep falling as Treasury yields keep rising.
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U.S. equities are drifting lower on Monday as the first-quarter earnings season hits its peak this week. Results have been, as expected, very strong thanks to the impact of the Trump tax cuts and steady economic growth.
Apple has identified an issue with certain MacBook Pro batteries.
The European Commission has opened a new investigation into the Mac maker's proposed acquisition of Shazam.
Apple iPhone buyers are turning thrifty, picking less-expensive older models that are good enough over pricier handsets with the latest and greatest technology.
Taiwan Semiconductor indicated a falling demand for smartphones globally, putting these ETF areas under pressure.
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Leading the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) rumor mill today is news of possible trouble for the company’s Shazam acquisition. Shazam: Apple may not be able to complete its acquisition of music identification app Shazam, reports BGR. The company is dealing with concerns from the European Union (EU) and an investigation into the acquisition.
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Chipmaker AMS reported first-quarter sales towards the lower end of its guidance range on Monday and warned of a downturn owing to weaker orders from one of its main customers. AMS did not name the customer, but the Austrian company is a big supplier to Apple, making components for the U.S. technology giant's iPhone. "We are not able to discuss the specific customer, but we are seeing significantly lower business from a large smartphones programme and that is having a strong impact on the consumer business and the company as a whole," said AMS head of investor relations Moritz Gmeiner.
Apple Inc. is testing a key technical indicator that it traded firmly above for all of last year. The stock fell three straight days to close a hair above its 200-day moving average of $165.52 on Friday. ...
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on Apple shares falling on a report that shows slower demand in iPhone X.
Apple AAPL 's had a rotten few days, and one market watcher sees more trouble ahead for the world's largest company by market cap as concerns over iPhone demand mount. "It's about slowing sales within the emerging markets, within China, that's the concern," Chad Morganlander, portfolio manager at Washington Crossing Advisors, told CNBC's " Trading Nation " on Friday. Revenue generated in China has accounted for a larger portion of total sales through this decade, but growth hit a worrying hurdle over the past two years.
Most Americans who think of 5G providers will tend to think of AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T), Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ), T-Mobile US Inc (NASDAQ:TMUS), and Sprint Corp (NYSE:S). Also, some may provide applications not previously seen in the marketplace. The scope of 5G goes well beyond the scope of a small number of U.S. service providers.
Tesla announced 7.2 billion miles have been driven globally by its electric cars. That points to a ramp up in sales for Tesla's energy arm.
Iran's leaders seem to have contracted a case of economic idiocy. The news comes during a period of fast-deteriorating diplomatic relations between Tehran and Washington, which makes the currency denomination change look like a way for the Iranian leadership to snub the U.S. Iran's announcement seems as ridiculous as that of Venezuela's socialist leader Nicolas Maduro. In March that country decided to tackle the nation's wealth-withering hyperinflation by eliminating three zeros from the currency, the Bolivar.
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