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Goldman Sachs: Trump presidency will benefit stocks in nearly every sector

”After years of slowing earnings growth and little in the way of excitement for many Wall Street analysts, many are now hopeful that President-elect Donald Trump will finally make things interesting,” Julie Verhage reports for Bloomberg. 335 more words


Exploring Apple's tax situation under U.S. President Donald Trump

”There has been a lot of discussion regarding Apple’s situation with Donald Trump as President-Elect of the United States,” Bill Maurer writes for Seeking Alpha. “With the potential for a tax holiday to bring home foreign funds at a low rate, the company that has well over $200 billion in cash outside the US would likely benefit most. 415 more words


Apple's repatriation and share buyback could Trump all

”Apple, one of our long-term holdings, will no doubt be affected by President-elect Trump’s stance on corporate taxation, immigration and global trade,” Open Square Capital writes for Seeking Alpha. 333 more words


Donald J. Trump elected 45th president of the United States

”Donald John Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States on Tuesday,” Matt Flegenheimer and Michael Barbaro report for The New York Times. “The triumph for Mr. 583 more words


Apple enters correction territory as broader markets slump

”Shares of Apple fell nearly 2 percent on Tuesday, dipping into correction territory as the broader markets slumped,” Anita Balakrishnan reports for CNBC.

“Falling as low as $110.53 a share, Apple was, at one point, down more than 10 percent from its last 52-week high of $123.82 on Nov. 89 more words


Apple has numerous growth indicators, ignore the crowd

”Despite market opinion, Apple should continue to experience revenue and earnings growth over the next year,” Romano Bastianpillai writes for Seeking Alpha.

“Many analysts have denigrated Apple’s revenue growth prospects by emphasizing short-term experience, sometimes citing sequential growth as a basis for assessing financial health,” Bastianpillai writes. 182 more words


Apple doomsayers should look at the facts

”It’s that time of year again. Apple has released its results for the fiscal quarter ended 24 September 2016 and we are immediately plunged into ‘Has Apple peaked?’ speculation,” John Naughton writes for The Guardian. 285 more words