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MacSurfer's Archive: Monday, October 8, 2018


Apple News
  • "Apple Is Fully Valued, Buffett Overpaid" Seeking Alpha 9:04 AM
  • "Report: Apple and BT nearing pay-TV deal" Seeking Alpha 8:27 AM
  • "This week's Apple trading strategies¬†(10/8-10/12)" 24/7 Wall St. 8:23 AM
  • "China Stocks, Apple, Amazon, Ford and Walmart: 5 Things You Must Know: U.S. stock futures fall on Monday following a drop of 3.7% for shares in Shanghai; the Department of Homeland Security backs statements from Apple and Amazon that said their systems weren't compromised by Chinese 'spy chips.'" TheStreet 7:47 AM
Industry News
  • "Stocks close mostly lower as fears of rising interest rates linger: Bond market is closed for Columbus Day" MarketWatch 6:12 PM
  • "Dow Rebounds to End Higher Monday: The Dow Industrials rebounded to end in positive territory Monday, while other major indexes bounced off their lows." TheStreet 6:12 PM
  • "Stock indexes end mixed, but tech companies slide further" Associated Press 6:13 PM
  • "Ford to cut salaried workforce in restructuring plan: Ford Motor Co. announced it's in the early stages of reorganizing its more than 70,000 salaried workers globally, which will result in job cuts." FOXBusiness 12:04 PM
  • "Selloff in Tech Shares Deepens, Drags Down Market: Monday's declines extended a period of weakness for U.S. stocks" [Paid Membership Required] 6:13 PM
  • "China stocks tumble 3% on return from holiday, even as its central bank takes action: Chinese stocks led weaker action across Asia markets on Monday, as traders returned to work after a weeklong holiday. The latest monetary easing by the People's Bank of China provided little traction for the market." MarketWatch 7:05 AM
  • "Europe stocks pressured by retreat for Italy's bank shares: European stocks fell Monday, with Italian banks under heavy pressure as continued worries over a budget clash between Rome and the European Union contributed to a continued selloff in the country's government bonds." MarketWatch 12:07 PM