After a lackluster morning session, Asian stocks mostly advanced on Friday, with Tokyo, Shanghai and Sydney markets finishing the week at new highs.» Read More
The focus for markets will again be on Syria, after President Obama's speech to the nation Tuesday night.
Apple stock won't see much of a lift from its new low-cost iPhone 5c, Peter Misek of Jeffries says.
Better Chinese data plus lower odds of a military strike against Damascus is lifting stocks globally.
Upbeat Chinese export data have some pro traders licking their chops for cyclical stocks.
For the two new iPhones, look for a low price on one and fingerprint identification on the other. Plus new colors.
Bulls have been looking for a signal that Apple is a buy. Has it finally come?
Early in September, Tim Cook will step on to a blacked-out stage and unveil two quite different new iPhones: the iPhone 5S, an upgraded iPhone 5, and another, cheaper one that the rumor mill has dubbed the iPhone 5C.
U.S. data is whipsawing Treasury yields. Yet the real story may be retail, where two giants guided lower for the rest of the year.
Bertram Lai, Greater China Telecommunications Research at CIMB Securities tells CNBC's Cash Flow why he's neutral on China Mobile at the moment.
The stars may finally be aligning for a long-awaited deal between Apple and China Mobile that could help the iPhone maker claw back lost ground in its most important growth markets.
Apple's stock price has more than 10 percent upside, UBS analyst Steve Milunovich says.
Apple will have more to rely on than just the iPhone, Paul Meeks of Saturna Capital says.
Apple's core suppliers might be expecting a 20 percent cut in orders, Brian Blair of Wedge Partners says.
Apple's new product lines could provide earnings growth, ISI Group's Brian Marshall says
Norway's Telenor and Qatar's Ooredoo have bagged the fiercely fought telecom licence auction in Myanmar but their task is just beginning says Sachin Gupta, Regional Head of Telecommunication Research, Nomura.
Norway's Telenor and Qatar's Ooredoo won licences on Thursday to enter the Myanmar market, bringing foreign companies across one of the world's last telecoms frontiers.
Apple may finally have Wall Street off its back, but now the question lingers, just what exactly is the company planning to do with its $145 billion cash hoard?
Samsung launched its latest salvo against Apple in the war for global smartphone dominance. What does it mean for Apple?
Apple estimates are cut again as Samsung announces its Galaxy S4 smartphone. TheStreet.com reports.
European shares rose on Thursday, resuming the two-week rally that has propelled indexes to multi-year highs.