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MacSurfer's Archive: Sunday, March 19, 2017


Apple News
  • "Apple: Do You Really Want The Dividend To Double?" Seeking Alpha 3:27 PM
  • "Apple Still DJIA's Best Performing Stock of 2017" 24/7 Wall St. 9:21 AM
  • "Apple Market Cap Nearly Three Quarters Of $1 Trillion" 24/7 Wall St. 7:28 AM
  • "Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Buys Apple Stock: Should You? The world's greatest investor placed a big bet on the future of the iPhone maker. Here's why Warren Buffett likes Apple." The Motley Fool 3/18
  • "Apple: Constructive Engagement Pays Off In Asia, Confrontation Probably Won't " Seeking Alpha 3/18
  • "Here's what Trump could do to lift Apple shares to $175: Critical information for the U.S. trading day" MarketWatch 3/17
  • "Apple Stock Smashes Previous All-Time High For Second Month Running" MacRumors 3/17
Industry News
  • "Stock market slides at close but holds on to weekly gains: Financials retreat as 10-year Treasury yield ticks lower" MarketWatch 3/17
  • "Dow, S&P 500 Decline as Health Care Losses Counter Gains: Wall Street ends a jampacked week little changed as a selloff in health care stocks counters broad gains elsewhere." TheStreet 3/17
  • "Investors see red on St. Patrick's Day" USA Today 3/17
  • "Wall Street Flat as Banks Weigh; Adobe Rallies" Reuters 3/17
  • "U.S. Stocks, Government Bonds Notch Weekly Gains: Utilities sector also rising, boosting S&P 500 energy shares" [Paid Membership Required] 3/17
  • "Asian markets largely retreat ahead of G-20 meeting: Investors in Asia turned cautious Friday ahead of a meeting of finance chiefs from the Group of 20 industrialized and emerging economies, where U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is widely expected to pressure countries to boost the value of their currencies." MarketWatch 3/17
  • "European stocks dip ahead of potential trade tension at G-20 gathering: European stocks moved slightly lower Friday, but hovered around their highest levels in more than a year, with investors turning attention to the meeting of Group of 20 finance officials in Germany." MarketWatch 3/17