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Analyst slashes Apple Watch forecast on so-called 'tepid' survey data

”BMO Capital Markets’s Keith Bachman reiterates an Outperform rating on shares of Apple, and a $135 price target, writing that his survey of consumers caused him to ratchet back expectations for the watch,” Tiernan Ray reports for Barron’s. 242 more words

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Analyst ups Apple price target to $150, says company developing 'mega-ecosystem'

”Apple Inc.’s price target was raised to $150 at UBS and to $135 at BMO Capital Markets on Friday, as analysts continue to grow more bullish on the iPhone maker’s product line,” Jennifer Booton reports for MarketWatch. 93 more words

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Citi, BMO boost Apple price targets

”Citigroup’s Jim Suva and Asiya Merchant boosted their price target on Apple (AAPL) from $120 to $135 Monday, as part of a larger upward estimate revision,” Tiernan Ray reports for Barron’s. 177 more words

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Chinese banks to invest over $10bn in Siberian LNG project

Published time: November 07, 2014 16:33

 RIA Novosti / Vitaliy Ankov

Russia’s largest independent natural gas producer Novatek is in talks with Chinese banks to get over $10 billion for its Yamal liquid natural gas (LNG) project, according to the company’s key owner Gennady Timchenko. 182 more words

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Why stocks, oil plunged this week -- and whether the worst is over

On one occasion during this frenetic week, as the uneasiness that’s seeped into international financial markets this fall slipped into unalloyed panic, share prices in Canada collectively fell more than 10 per cent from their September peak – official correction territory. 708 more words

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Apple shares rise after Stifel, BMO raise iPhone sales estimates

”Shares of Apple (AAPL) are up $1.84, or almost 2%, at $99.71, bouncing back from yesterday’s nearly 4% decline, as the company responded to claims of bending in the new iPhone 6 Plus,” Tiernan Ray reports for Baron’s. 105 more words

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Analyst: Apple to sell 'iWatch' to at least 10% of existing iPhone users next year

”With Apple widely expected to launch a wearable ‘iWatch’ later this year, market watchers have begun to speculate exactly how many wrist-worn devices the company could sell, with one new projection pegging the device with at least 10 percent penetration among iPhone users in the first full year,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider. 118 more words

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