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The California-based company reported a loss on Thursday, though it was not as bad as analysts expected.
The dip will likely present a buying opportunity that will refresh the bull run, Katie Stockton says.
Stocks could see a further 6 percent rise this year, according to strategist Ed Yardeni.
Cowen reveals the display sizes, chip suppliers and key features for Apple's 2017 iPhone models.
Tech has been leading the best-performing sector this year, but it may be overpriced now.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Financial advisor Michael Farr preaches caution, citing uncertainty about Washington and slow economic growth.
The world's largest sovereign wealth fund will undergo drastic changes to its mandate if the Norwegian government's proposals are approved.
Oil is likely to remain in the low $50s for the rest of the year.
A popular Brazilian equities-tracking exchange-traded fund has surged 103 percent in the past year.
Jim Cramer explained the signals that could mean a sizzling turn around for the burrito giant.
Even after Thursday's market malaise, stocks roll into Friday with some of their best weekly gains of the year.
Jim Cramer spoke with Chuck Robbins on the quarter that was initially misunderstood by investors.
Jim Cramer says he was wrong about driverless cars after testing out a Waymo.
The "Fast Money" traders drill into the oil sector.
Jim Cramer warns investors of trading off of headlines instead of doing homework.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell on Thursday.
Avis was the worst performer in the Dow transports, which fell 0.8 percent.
The rise in political tension has created a unique opportunity for active investors to beat the market, according to Goldman Sachs.
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