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12/2/2022 2:56 PM
to Watch The unrest in China weighed on Apple (AAPL), with disruptions hurting its iPhone Pro production
11/29/2022 4:29 PM
. American Express (AXP) paced the gainers with a 2.4% win. Apple (AAPL) led the laggards with a 2.1% loss
11/28/2022 4:27 PM
Last week's mostly upbeat sentiment was forgotten on Monday as investors anxiously eyed the pushback the Chinese government is receiving for its prolonged Covid-19 restrictions. This unrest reverberated through global markets, denting tech amid reports that demonstrations at an Apple (AAPL) factory in China could severely effect iPhone Pro production. In response, the Dow shed 497 points, . This alternative energy name could see more highs soon. Plus, AAPL plummets; blue-chip flashing bull
11/28/2022 11:54 AM
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) is extending its premarket losses, down 265 points at midday, as protests in China over the country's zero-Covid policy weigh on investor sentiment globally. Apple (AAPL) in particular is feeling the heat, after Wedbush said the protests could lead to an iPhone shortage of up to 10% this holiday season. Meanwhile, the retail sector is in the spotlight this Cyber Monday, especially after online Black Friday sales hit a record-breaking $9 billion
11/28/2022 11:28 AM
Protests in China over its zero-Covid policy are weighing on Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) this morning. The tech company is expected to produce roughly 6 million fewer iPhone Pro units, per Bloomberg News, amid disruptions to Foxconn Technology's Zhengzhou plant. As a result, AAPL is down 2% to trade, -year, AAPL is off 17.8%. The options pits lean bearish on Apple stock. At the International, noting AAPL's Schaeffer's Volatility Scorecard (SVS) ranks 76 out of 100, meaning the equity has