Apple’s share price has surged in recent weeks and is heading for its biggest monthly gain in almost two years. Its latest earnings release will test that.
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Apple’s shares inched higher on Monday after losing about $84-billion in market value in the previous session.
Apple is likely to continue outperforming its mega-cap tech peers next year, according to Loup Ventures, which wrote that the iPhone maker could chase its 80%-plus rally in 2019 with another 20% gain in 2020.
Move over, Netflix: Apple will be the best performing “Faang” stock in 2019, according to veteran analyst Gene Munster.
In a world where iPhone demand is on the wane, Apple has a Plan B. But there’s no back-up for many of the companies that supply components for the iPhone.
Amazon.com’s shake-up of the retail landscape may not be over, according to one well-known technology analyst. The Internet giant will acquire Target, Loup Venture co-founder Gene Munster wrote in a report highlighting
Apple reported falling iPhone sales, highlighting the need to deliver blockbuster new features in the next edition of the flagship device if the company is to fend off rivals like Samsung Electronics. Investor confidence has been mounting ahead
Earlier this month, Apple poached the chief of Amazon’s Fire TV unit to run its television operations. Timothy D Twerdhal brings hardware and content experience to his new gig, and his hiring suggests a renewed
Apple results next week will likely show iPhone sales growing again, bucking a year of declines. That’s the good news. The bad news: the average selling price of the handsets in the key holiday quarter ending in late December may
In his farewell note to investors, technology analyst Gene Munster was slightly bearish on Apple, a contrast to more than a decade of bullish recommendations. Munster announced his departure from brokerage firm Piper