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Apple, Biogen, Diamondback Energy and More: Why These Stocks Are Trending

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Investors who are long the market and short these stocks would have returned more than 27% annually between 2015 and 2017. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is on watch after after Craig Irwin of Roth Capital Partners said on CNBC that Apple apparently had an informal bid feeler for Tesla at around $240 a share in 2013. Of the around 700-740 elite funds we track, 57 funds owned $3.24 billion of Biogen Inc. (NASDAQ:BIIB) on December 31, versus 56 funds and $3.43 billion respectively on September 30. While the bank is 'underperform' on Biogen, it is bullish on Amgen, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMGN). Diamondback Energy Inc (NASDAQ:FANG) is on watch after Bank of America added it to its 'US 1 list' and said that “Risk/reward hard to ignore as buyback kicks in; PO $170 While FANG share price has outperformed very recently (+3.5% over the past month versus -1.4% for S&P 500; -5.1% sector/IXE), we believe shares are poised to outperform as meaningful buyback kicks in.

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Apple expands keyboard repairs to newer models of MacBook

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(Reuters) - Apple Inc said on Tuesday it will repair typing-related problems in 'butterfly' keyboards for an expanded set of laptops, that include newer versions of MacBook, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models. The repairs would include fixing letters or characters that repeat unexpectedly, fail to appear, or keys that feel "sticky" and do not respond in a consistent manner, Apple said in a post https://www.apple.com/support/keyboard-service-program-for-mac-notebooks. The company has come under criticism on social media and Apple-centric blogs and websites for the issues related to its keyboard. Last June, the company said it would repair keyboards on some models, and the announcement on Tuesday expanded the models to include more recent ones.

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Why Apple Stock Popped 2.6% Today

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Why Apple Stock Popped 2.6% TodayGoogle blocked updates to HuaweiToday, US tech giant Apple (AAPL) was trading on a bullish note after falling in the previous three sessions. Yesterday, Apple stock fell 3.1% after Google (GOOG)(GOOGL) decided to.

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Apple Falls Prey to Trade War Escalation

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- By John Engle. For more than a year, Apple Inc. (AAPL) managed to keep itself out of the U.S.-China trade conflict. Aggressive and persistent lobbying efforts, supported by well-timed charm offensives on the part of CEO Tim Cook, had served to keep the Trump administration firmly in Apple's corner, even as the president's position grew increasingly bellicose toward China. Trump and his trade officials worked to confirm this outlook during the early months of the year. Yet, as the months wore on, talks continued to stall. As a consequence, the Trump administration has adopted a far more aggressive stance, ramping up tariffs and promising more to come. "[There's a] very real risk of higher import costs and/or U.S. consumer demand destruction depending on whether Apple decides to pass along some of the tariff cost. Given that the majority of Apple's hardware products that include the iPhone, iPad, Watch, and Mac systems are assembled and imported from China, the earnings risk could be quite substantial."

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Tuesday’s Vital Data: Sprint, Alibaba and Apple

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Ahead of the bell, futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average are up 0.59%, and S&P 500 futures are higher by 0.57%. In the options pits, call and put activity ended the day on equal footing, while overall volume fell to average levels. Options activity was hot in the following three stocks: Sprint (NYSE:S), Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL). Activity rocketed to 622% of the average daily volume, with 185,578 total contracts traded; 75% of the trading came from put options alone.

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Apple bid to buy Tesla in 2013 for $240 a share, analyst says

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With Tesla's stock sinking to around $200 this week, Craig Irwin, an analyst at Roth Capital Partners told CNBC on Tuesday that the electric car company could have sold to Apple six years ago for a significantly higher price. "Around 2013, there was a serious bid from Apple at around $240 a share," Irwin said in an interview on CNBC's Squawk Box. Tesla is down over 38% in 2019, to a share price of $197.76 at the start of trading on Tuesday. The stock has plunged 46% from its high in August, when CEO Elon Musk said he had "funding secured" to take the company public at $420 a share.

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Chinese Diplomat Jokes That Huawei ‘Has Cut Apple Into Pieces’

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Chinese Diplomat Jokes That Huawei ‘Has Cut Apple Into Pieces’. (Bloomberg) -- China has reacted with uncharacteristic fury to what it deems a concerted U.S. attack on its national champions -- and even its way of life. But one diplomat showed a touch of humor as he jumped to Huawei Technologies Co.’s defense. Zhao Lijian, deputy chief of mission at the Chinese embassy in Islamabad, tweeted a picture Tuesday of a carved-up apple. The escalating U.S.-Chinese tensions over trade and Huawei threaten to pummel a swathe of technology companies from America to Asia, dampen global growth and hamstring the country’s largest technology company. But it’s not the first time he has poked fun at topics and issues with serious ramifications.

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NAB gives in to customer demands and finally launches Apple Pay

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A spokesperson for the bank confirmed to Business Insider Australia that it has launched the product to keep up with evolving customer demands. In a statement emailed to Business Insider Australia, NAB Chief Customer Experience Officer Rachel Slade said the company continues to invest in innovation that customers want. It is understood the bank has also recently completed a pilot with small businesses using AliPay, Alibaba's payment system, and will slowly roll it out over the course of the year. In June 2018, Roy Morgan research showed 12% of all payments in the year prior were contactless, with 7.3% using a bank's system and 6.1% of Australians using Apple Pay, Android Pay, Google Wallet, and Samsung Pay in the previous 12 months.

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Sprint and Qiagen rise while Apple and Dish decline

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NEW YORK (AP) -- Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Monday:. The parent of search engine Google warned that some of its features could lose support on Huawei mobile phones. The telecommunications company's $26.5 billion merger with T-Mobile moved closer to approval. The chipmaker and its peers are suffering from the fallout of the U.S. ban on technology sales to Huawei.

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HSBC Gets More Bearish on Apple Due to Trump Tariffs

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HSBC has been getting increasingly bearish on Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) in recent months. The bank had cut its price target on Apple shares in January, before downgrading its rating to sell just last month due to concerns about iPhone demand and a prediction that it will take a long time for the company's services push to pay off. In a research note this morning, Rambourg argues that Trump's trade war will weigh on Apple in numerous ways. Contrary to Trump's repeated assertion that China pays the tariffs, the costs are borne by U.S. importers and oftentimes consumers in the form of price increases.

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