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MacSurfer's Archive: Sunday, May 7, 2017


Apple News
  • "TSMC tries to keep magic alive amid doubts over succession" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 9:48 PM
  • "Apple's Q2 Sell-Side Roundup: Cook, iPhone And More" Benzinga 5:00 PM
  • "Apple: A slow-growth cash-generating machine" Apple 3.0 1:28 PM
  • "Rudd: Hopes high for Apple ahead of iPhone milestone" USA Today 5/6
  • "Apple analysts: Best and worst 12-month price targets" Apple 3.0 [Subscription Required for Full Article] 5/6
  • "Buffett Adds Apple Stock in 1Q, As Earnings Dip" FOXBusiness 5/5
  • "Apple Raises $7 Billion in Bond Sale Ahead of Trump's Proposed Tax Repatriation Holiday" MacRumors 5/5
  • "Apple Is Under Attack on All Fronts" Bloomberg 5/5
  • "There Is a Growing Problem for Apple That CEO Tim Cook Doesn't Want You to Know About" RealMoney [Subscription Required for Full Article] 5/5
  • "Apple 10-Q shows $1.34 billion gains in currency hedges" Apple 3.0 [Subscription Required for Full Article] 5/5
  • "Apple: Why Hong Kong Matters" Apple 3.0 [Subscription Required for Full Article] 5/5
Industry News
  • "S&P 500, Nasdaq close at records after jobs data: Dow has best finish since March as benchmarks rise for the week" MarketWatch 5/5
  • "S&P 500, Nasdaq Close at New Records on Crude Rebound, Positive Jobs Report" TheStreet 5/5
  • "Wall St Edges Up on Strong Jobs Data, IBM Caps Gains" Reuters 5/5
  • "S&P 500 Posts Third Straight Week of Gains: Strong corporate results, monthly jobs data lift the stocks" [Paid Membership Required] 5/5
  • "Chinese stocks drop on falling commodity prices: Commodities took center stage in Asia Friday, with a slump in Chinese metals prices and weakness in crude oil sending equity markets across the region lower." MarketWatch 5/5
  • "European stocks end week at 21-month high ahead of French election: European stocks climbed out of the red and finished at a 21-month high Friday, as buying appetite for assets perceived as risky returned ahead of the French presidential election." MarketWatch 5/5