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When Fed Chairman Bernanke unveiled a new round of qualitative easing last week, it sure made the "Options Action" traders optimistic. At least, that’s the way it seemed on Friday’s show, when they presented two bullish trades — one on Apple, and another on Wells Fargo.
The iPhone 5 that Apple introduced last week with only incremental changes seemed to signal that the smartphone industry has entered an era of technological bunny hops.
Boosted by the red-hot iPhone 5, exports of Apple products will give the Chinese economy a monster lift in the fourth quarter, according to Barclays.
Apple's iPhone 5 is on track to be the fastest selling smartphone ever — a record 2 million phones sold on the first day of pre-order last Friday — but for wireless carriers like AT&T and Verizon, the launch will serve as a key test. TheStreet.com reports.
Want to know what analysts have been saying about Apple, Facebook, McDonald’s, PNC Financial and Disney? Find out in this CNBC.com Stock Blog Roundup.
Governor Romney is right. The United States must get tough with China to restore growth and good paying jobs.
Apple sold two million iPhone 5s in the first 24 hours the new smartphone was available for pre-order, the company said on Monday.
Take a look at some of Monday's morning movers:
Discussing the Fed induced market surge, the violence in the Middle East, Wal-Mart's plans to open stores in India, and how popular the iPhone 5 will be in emerging markets, with David Riedel of Riedel Research Group; Ron Shah, Jina Ventures; and Richard Ross, Auerbach Grayson.
Stocks ended higher for the fourth-straight session Friday, logging sharp gains for the week, as Wall Street cheered the Federal Reserve’s decision to embark on another round of monetary stimulus.
The stock of entertainment juggernaut Walt Disney is riding the winds of widely popular content and fundamentals that make it the "blue chip of entertainment stocks," two analysts said Friday.
With what appears to be a recent uptick in corporate earnings, one analyst from TheStreet.com is starting to suspect that overall capital re-investments may continue to be better than previously anticipated.
A post-iPhone 5 downgrade of wireless carriers on declining margins by Stifel Nicolaus was "wrong," Stephen Weiss of Short Hills Capital says.
Yesterday's move was really impressive, and if bond buying is open-ended then there's no rush to sell stocks or buy protection.
The Fed's move to implement easing on an ongoing basis likely will not be much help to the economy and reflects growing fear from the central bank, former Fed governor Kevin Warsh told CNBC.
Apple’s rapid international rollout of the new iPhone 5 has prompted many analysts to upgrade their sales forecasts for the smartphone, with some suggesting it could sell almost twice as many in the opening weekend as the iPhone 4 two years ago.
California says it's losing $1.2 billion a year in online sales taxes, prompting a new law that will force large internet merchants with affiliates inside the cash-strapped state to collect those taxes.
Stocks finished at multi-year highs Thursday, as Wall Street cheered the Federal Reserve's plan to launch another round of quantitative easing to prop up the sluggish economy.
CNBC Tech Correspondent Jon Fortt got to hold one of Apple's new iPhone 5s for a few minutes yesterday, and while that's not enough time to offer anything close to a comprehensive review, here are his few impressions.
Apple's new iPhone 5 and operating system should be a hit for travelers with easy access to boarding passes and improved battery life, though its adapter could pose problems.