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Apple doomsayer fired

”It’s been three years since Berenberg Bank analyst began predicting doom for Apple, setting a split-adjusted price target of $60 a share and—five months later—flipped the stock’s rating from Buy to Sell,” Philip Elmer-DeWitt reports for Fortune. 138 more words


Berenberg Bank predicts doom for Apple, sets price target at $60

”Berenberg Bank believes Apple’s financial model is too reliant on the iPhone, and has predicted that the company’s shares will plummet more than 50 percent to $60,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider. 163 more words


Russia's Net Outflows Hit Their Highest Level Ever

Net capital outflows from Russia were at their highest level ever in 2014.

Net outflows by companies and banks reached $151.5 billion in 2014, more than two times as much as in 2013, according to the  265 more words


Tapering Terjawab di Penghujung Tahun?

Pekan ini, fokus perhatian pelaku pasar akan terpusat pada salah satu agenda penting di penghujung tahun 2013. Event tersebut tidak lain adalah pertemuan Dewan Kebijakan Federal Reserve yang akan berlangsung selama dua hari sejak Rabu (18/12) waktu Amerika Serikat. 578 more words


Draghi Seen Putting Words Before Action on ECB Policy

Mario Draghi is likely to rely on the power of his voice rather than new policies to steer Europe’s banks through the early stages of an economic recovery. 1,278 more words


$1B wiped off Samsung's value following Presidential veto; Samsung continues appeals

The WSJ reports that more than a billion dollars were wiped off Samsung’s market value today following President Obama’s veto of the decision to ban the import of iPhone 4 and 3G iPad 2 devices into the USA. 243 more words

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