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Bloomberg: Yen Jumps as Apple Fans Growth Woes; Stocks Mixed: Markets Wrap
U.S. stock-index futures and suppliers to Apple Inc. in Asia tumbled after the iPhone maker added to global growth concerns with a cut in its sales outlook. Stocks traded mixed, and the yen surged as investors flocked to safe havens. [more...]
Bloomberg: Apple Cuts Sales Outlook, Citing Slowdowns in China and iPhone Sales
Apple Inc. cut its revenue outlook for the first time in almost two decades citing weaker demand in China, triggering a slump for Asian suppliers and a wave of lower price targets on Wall Street. [more...]
Bloomberg: ‘Flash-Crash’ Moves Hit Currency Markets
It took seven minutes for the yen to surge through levels that have held through almost a decade. In those wild minutes from about 9:30 a.m. Sydney, the yen jumped almost 8 percent against the Australian dollar to its strongest since 2009, and surged 10 percent versus the Turkish lira. [more...]
Bloomberg: iPhone Suppliers Slide as Apple Cuts Forecast
Some Apple Inc. suppliers tumbled in post-market trading after the iPhone maker cut its first-quarter revenue forecast. Skyworks Solutions fell 4.2 percent, while Broadcom slid 2.4 percent and Qorvo dropped 1.1 percent. Universal Display declined 1.3 percent and Cirrus Logic was also indicated lower. Apple shares were halted and set to resume trading at 4:50 p.m. [more...]
Bloomberg: Buffett's Apple Losses Make His Track Record in Tech Even Worse
Warren Buffett has a questionable track record investing in technology companies. It’s only getting worse with Apple Inc., which had already lost more than $350 billion in market value since October, diving Wednesday. [more...]
Bloomberg: Risks at Home Mount for Greece in Its First Post-Bailout Year
After emerging from its steepest economic crisis in living memory, Greece still has a mountain to climb in 2019 if it’s to consummate its comeback with a sustained return to bond markets. [more...]
Bloomberg: Forget About Repeating 2018’s Strong Job Gains, Economists Say
As the U.S. wraps up a year of surprisingly strong job growth, such gains are unlikely to repeat in the next 12 months with economic headwinds intensifying for the country and rest of the world. [more...]
Bloomberg: Pound Declines as Fears of Disorderly Brexit Trigger Stockpiling
The pound weakened the most in three weeks on Wednesday as mounting anxiety that the U.K. may be forced to exit the European Union without a divorce deal rattled the nation’s manufacturers. [more...]
Reuters: Apple, China worries pummel Asian shares; 'flash crash' jolts currencies
U.S. stock futures fell and Asian shares stumbled on Thursday after a rare revenue warning from Apple Inc added to worries about slowing global growth and weaker earnings and jolted currency markets. [more...]
Reuters: Global growth worries, higher oil flatten yield curve
Yields on long-dated U.S. Treasury securities fell to their lowest in nearly a year on Wednesday on concerns about the health of the global economy, a worry exacerbated late in the day when Apple cut its sales outlook and sent U.S. equity index futures tumbling. [more...]
CNBC: It's more than just the trade war. Apple's China business has been under pressure for a while
Apple CEO Tim Cook partially blamed a slowdown in China when he cut guidance for the smartphone-maker — but the company's troubles in the world's second-largest economy began even before trade tensions escalated. [more...]
CNBC: Dow futures point to a decline of more than 300 points at the open after Apple slashes guidance
It's going to be a tough day for technology stocks on Thursday after Apple warned first-quarter sales would be less than it previously expected. The broader market will suffer too. [more...]
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