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News For AAPL;GOOG;SSNLF;MSFT;RIMM;NOK From The Last 14 Days
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August 30, 2015
14:47 EDTGOOGGoogle shares could see 20% upside, Barron's says
Shares of Google still have 20% upside as the company's financials improve and YouTube continues to grow, Barron's contends in its 'Follow Up' column. Google's recent financial results have shown an uptick in revenue growth as well as reduced growth in both costs and head count, Barron's says, adding that Goldman Sachs' recent $800 price target looks "plenty feasible." Reference Link
14:22 EDTGOOGSecular growth stocks look attractive amid market volatility, Barron's says
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August 28, 2015
17:26 EDTMSFTMicrosoft awarded $162.76M increased ceiling modification to contract
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16:29 EDTAAPLStocks end volatile week higher as China whipsaws U.S. market
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16:00 EDTAAPLOptions Update; August 28, 2015
iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures up 2.06 to 26.77 Option volume leaders: AAPL FB BAC FCX NFLX RIG INTC TSLA CVX
12:12 EDTAAPLApple's TV service delayed over pricing negotiations, The Information says
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11:32 EDTAAPLFederal government to team with tech companies for tech hub, Venture Beat says
The Obama administration will make an announcement later today that will establish a flexible hybrid electronics hub in Silicon Valley, reports Venture Beat. The administration will partner with 162 companies that include Apple (AAPL), Hewlett-Packard (HPQ), Boeing (BA), General Motors (GM) and others. Both the Department of Defense and this private consortium will look to enhance the U.S.'s standing in "next-generation bendable and wearable electronic devices." Reference Link
11:16 EDTMSFTBattleground: Benchmark says sell GameStop, Piper says bears misguided
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09:33 EDTAAPL Active equity options trading on open
Active equity options trading on open: AAPL FB NOV NFLX AMZN DIS TSLA T BABA BAC
08:14 EDTMSFTMicrosoft's head of Xbox on rumored Xbox One Mini: 'Not real'
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07:43 EDTMSFTGameStop bear thesis not playing out, says Piper Jaffray
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07:12 EDTGOOGWilliam Blair names 21 stocks best positioned for volatile markets
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07:02 EDTAAPLApple iPhone 6S event likely to also include Siri update, says Piper Jaffray
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06:19 EDTNOKNokia and China Huaxin sign MOU to create new venture
Nokia and China Huaxin Post & Telecommunication Economy Development Center have signed a memorandum of understanding confirming their intention to combine Nokia's telecommunications infrastructure businesses in China and Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell into a new joint venture. As agreed under the MoU, Nokia expects to hold 50% plus one share in the new joint venture, with China Huaxin holding the remaining shares. Fair value compensation would be received for the contribution of relevant assets to the joint venture. The new joint venture is conditional on and would be formed after the closing of Nokia's planned combination with Alcatel-Lucent, at which point Nokia would own 50% plus one share of ASB. The new joint venture is expected to be a strong national asset based in China capable of delivering value for both parties.Nokia China and ASB are leaders in the Chinese telecommunications infrastructure market and both are long-standing contributors to the development of China and innovation in the country. The new joint venture would have one board of directors, one management team, unified customer and business functions, and one integrated product portfolio and R&D platform. Until the closing of the proposed combination between Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent, Nokia China and ASB will continue to operate as two independent companies.
05:52 EDTMSFT, SSNLF, AAPLTrendforcce expects global tablet shipments to reach 163M units, DigiTimes says
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05:52 EDTAAPLApple music streaming executive Ian Rogers resigns, Financial Times reports
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August 27, 2015
16:28 EDTAAPLOn The Fly: Top stock stories for Thursday
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15:26 EDTAAPLApple reports issues for some users of iCloud services
In a services notice on its website, Apple stated regarding multiple services: "Users may be unable to use iCloud Drive, Photos, Mail Drop, or iWork for iCloud beta." Less than 3.16% of users are affected, the notice stated. Reference Link
15:19 EDTAAPLOptions Update; August 27, 2015
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14:42 EDTSSNLF, AAPLFitbit shares approach historical lows as Apple Watch gains traction
Fitbit (FIT) shares are eyeing their lowest levels since their IPO in June after the IDC reported that Apple (AAPL) Watch shipments are nipping on the heels of Fitbit's market dominance in wearables. WHAT'S NEW: The International Data Corporation, or IDC, released its quarterly wearables device report on Thursday, showing that Apple reached the number two spot in the global wearables market with 3.6M shipments of the Apple Watch during Q2. Notably, Apple Watch shipments lagged just 800,000 units behind Fitbit's 4.4M units for the quarter. Total shipment volume for the space was up 223.2% year-over-year to 18.1M. Commenting on the metrics, IDC research manager Ramon Llamas said Apple's "participation benefits multiple players and platforms within the wearables ecosystem," though he also cautioned that the tech giant "forces other vendors -- especially those that have been part of this market for multiple quarters -- to re-evaluate their products and experiences." Rounding out the numbers, Xiaomi shipped 3.1M wearable units in Q2, while Garmin (GRMN) shipped 700,000, and Samsung (SSNLF) shipped 600,000. HARDWARE CHALLENGES: Aside from concerns of user churn, an oft-noted potential risk for Fitbit investors is the potential that limited-use fitness wearables will be absorbed into grander, multi-function devices. On June 21, Barron's opined that specialized devices "often get subsumed," and provided the example of iPod's music functions being largely replaced by similar features in the iPhone. Various research firms have downplayed the "absorption" issue, however. On June 25, Leerink remarked that fitness trackers "occupy a different piece" of the market, and on June 30, RBC said its studies at the time showed divergence between fitness wearables and smart watches. Leerink reiterated its bullish view of the sector as recently as August 24, commenting that "interest in the category remains deep." PRICE ACTION: Shares of Fitbit have plunged roughly 9% in intraday trading, while Apple is up about 2% amid broader market gains.
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