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MacSurfer's Archive: Sunday, October 22, 2017


Apple News
  • "Apple's Market Cap Lead Over Alphabet Tops $100 Billion" 24/7 Wall St. 10/21
  • "Apple Inc. Is Beginning to Test the Patience of Its Investors: AAPL stock needs something big to move the needle"  InvestorPlace 10/20
  • "Apple iPhone X Delay Is OK, 8 'Not A Dud': Instinet analysts see a delay in their estimate for iPhone X production, but they maintain their Apple stock price target." Barron's 10/20
  • "Apple and The Chipmakers Are In For A Wild Ride" Investopedia 10/20
  • "iPhone X: Apple shares drop amid rumours that demand is low for iPhone 8" The Independent 10/20
  • "Fly Charts: Apple's iPhone 8 Hopes and Fidelity's Fee Fears" BloombergGadfly 10/20
Industry News
  • "Tech Stocks This Week: IBM and PayPal Jump, and Alphabet Invests in Lyft" The Motley Fool 10/21
  • "Stocks score fresh records as Senate clears tax-cut hurdle: Bank shares buoyant on budget news" MarketWatch 10/20
  • "Tax Progress Boosts Wall Street, Major Indexes Trade Above Records: Stocks are rising after the Senate votes for a budget blueprint that paves the way for major tax cuts." TheStreet 10/20
  • "Stocks at record highs as Congress inches closer to tax cuts" FOXBusiness 10/20
  • "Stocks, Dollar Jump After Senate Passes Budget Proposal: The Dow's weekly gain of 2% was its biggest since mid-September" 10/20
  • "Dollar storms higher on revived hopes for tax cuts: The U.S. dollar shot to the highest level in roughly three months against the yen and stormed ahead against other rivals on Friday. The move came after the U.S. Senate passed a budget blueprint, which could clear the way for tax cuts seen as positive for the greenback, and extended after September home-sales data." MarketWatch 10/20
  • "European stocks nudge higher as Volvo rallies: European stocks edged higher Friday, but Spanish stocks were held back as worries persisted about the Spain-Catalonia standoff over independence for the wealthy region." MarketWatch 10/20