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Apple (AAPL) Split. So Now What?

Over the weekend, Apple’s stock price fell from nearly $700 a share to less than $100 a share. But don’t worry, Apple fans, the price drop could be a good thing for the iPhone maker’s value. 1,353 more words

Apple stock's mojo returns as shares show healthy gains

”Apple stock looks like it’s getting its juice back,” Patti Domm reports for CNBC.

“And analysts say it could continue to gain even if it doesn’t announce a futuristic sounding plan to turn the iPhone into a remote control for everything in the home, as reported this weekend in the… 145 more words


What's driving Apple's stock price to new 52-week highs

”Right now, there are two or three things on Apple’s horizon that could be driving the stock price,” Paul Ausick writes for 24/7 Wall Street. “The company’s reported $3.2 billion deal for privately held Beats Music has hit some speed bumps since first being reported earlier this month. 214 more words


Apple's pre-split share price jumps ahead of the Street

”We know at least two things are going to happen next Monday: Apple’s shares will spit 7 for 1,” Philip Elmer-DeWitt reports for Fortune. “Apple will give more than 5,000 developers new marching orders.” 67 more words


Apple's 7-for-1 split: What you need to know

”Along with Apple’s (AAPL) fiscal Q2 report in April, the company expanded its capital return program. The buyback was hiked by $30 billion, and the dividend was increased by about 8%. 401 more words


Apple's 7-for-1 stock split: Take a bite before June 2nd

”Sometimes it seems like everything Apple touches turns to gold,” Aaron Burt writes for TheStreet. “After all, Apple has created two of the top 10 best products ever made: the iPhone and the iPad. 179 more words


Apple raises $12 billion in perfect style

”Apple wielded the kind of marketing magic in the bond market that it is known for in the tech industry last week when it managed to convince US investors to buy US$12bn more of its bonds at premium prices, just a year after its US$17bn offering left hundreds of bondholders under water,” Danielle Robinson reports for International Financing Review (IFR). 290 more words