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These are not numbers that suggest that the economy is on the verge of falling into recession.
Memo to Powell: keep listening, be patient, and enjoy the employment gains.
Apple's cut of its revenue guidance helped quantify the extent of the slowdown companies may be experiencing in China, although many stocks already may have anticipated this sort of news.
The wildcard on today's employment data will be if the sudden slowing of growth in manufacturing employment is emblematic of a broader problem.
Value hunters would be wise to consider this company.
The streaming giant is trading well below the levels it was at before it issued upbeat subscriber guidance in October.
Apple has fallen back to Earth in recent months and made an impact on a number of companies in doing so.
Bear market bounces tend to fail and with Apple providing a catalyst that is what happened.
A trade deal with China could certainly help as well.
Considering the plethora of earnings warnings in transports (recently , today airlines), selected industrials ( , et al.), technology (e.g., semiconductors), Apple (and its supply providers) and elsewhere -- the one question I want to ask all of you...
And it is happening not a moment too soon.
Apple's former chip provider quietly moved to enforce the suspension of new sales of old iPhone models and the recall of the same models in Germany.
Taking its cue from Apple , Ford has disclosed that it will no longer report monthly auto sales. Instead, it will only report sales quarterly.
Before you fall in love with any individual stock, you should repeat Marty Zweig's mantra: Don't fight the Fed!
The biggest trades Thursday have not been hedges, they have been closes of previous hedges.
With Apple falling from grace this Thursday, it's appropriate to wonder where all of that capital the investors are pulling out of AAPL might end up in the tech space. My No. 1 candidate is Amazon . I'll be a buyer of Amazon on any further weakness,...
In short, Apple is one of the first admitted victims of the U.S.-China Trade War.
Apple's lowered revenue forecast has prompted price cuts among analysts.
Market players now have some actual numbers for Apple and that allows them to formulate a valuation.
I see a lot of winners here because of hindsight.
The big problem this market faces technically is that there isn't much support down to the lows hit on Dec. 24.
I see no reason to buy Apple and get in front of the share price decline unless a material new product offering is delivered.
* I hold to a contrarian view on Apple's market influence over the near term * I remain a buyer on weakness of my favorite longs - despite last night's EPS surprise My quick two bits on the market. Though I believe Apple should not be purchased at c...
Apple's alarming guidance revision is causing shares to fall even further.
* Apple's abrupt and sizable preannouncement heralds the end of the company's growth and best days * Apple pushed the envelope of demand elasticity * The miss is a sign that the dangerous path of China/U.S. trade negotiations may lead the U.S. into ...
Don't be surprised if we see similar issues with other U.S. companies that do significant business in China.
Does anyone think that maybe Apple is perhaps not alone in experiencing China-related issues?