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  • Article / 22 January 2016 at 14:15 GMT

    Earnings Watch: Most pivotal Apple earnings in years

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Earnings Watch: Most pivotal Apple earnings in years
    Apple is the most important earnings release next week among the 234 companies in the S&P 1200 Global Index reporting earnings. Apple Q1 earnings release covering the December holiday sales is probably the most important release in many years as the news flow has turned very negative.
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  • Article / 23 November 2015 at 14:33 GMT

    Thanksgiving week favours US equity bulls

    Trader / TheSteadyTrader.com
    United States
    Thanksgiving week favours US equity bulls
    This week, which will be shortened by the Thanksgiving holiday in the US, should favour bulls in US equities after the market cast off worries about terror attacks and rallied last week. And the charts show there's opportunity for short-term bets on US stock market indices into year-end.
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  • Article / 30 October 2015 at 11:40 GMT

    Earnings Watch: Facebook reigns supreme

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Earnings Watch: Facebook reigns supreme
    Facebook is next week's most important earnings release with sell-side analysts expecting high growth on revenue and EPS. Our view is that Facebook is very likely to surprise against estimates and provide a bullish outlook driven by the new product roll-outs around Instagram.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 28 May 2015 at 14:23 GMT

    'Hands up' Fifa! The sheriff's in town

    Bloomberg
    The finance world and football don't often collide but perhaps they should — after all, this is a multi-billion dollar business and no single event can quite live up to the World Cup, including the Olympics. So when Swiss police arrested seven officials Wednesday for extradition to the US as part of an investigation that stretches back to the controversial decisions to grant Russia and Qatar the next world cups in 2018 and 2022 respectively, the implications are enormous. World Cup sponsors like McDonald's and Visa have already voiced their concern, but, asks Noah Feldman, why is the US getting involved in the first place for a sport it feels no great love or affinity for? And might this be just the kind of "extraterritorial imperialism" on the part of the US that irritates so much of the globe?
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    fxtime fxtime
    Berkshire Hathaway should prove interesting considering the losses on Tesco and IBM
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    Mads Koefoed Mads Koefoed
    @fxtime: Yes, it will indeed.

    Amazon is down 9.3% at the moment in pre-market trading.
  • 3y
    Ann Smith Ann Smith
    I don’t like using credit cards. It’s not very convenient from financial side. You repay more than you have to pay. That is why I prefer taking...
    21 May
    Serge Tesla Serge Tesla
    I just got an offer for a loan with a 250% APR If i could afford that then I wouldn't need a loan in the first plac....
  • Article / 10 September 2014 at 8:01 GMT

    The night Apple became average

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    The night Apple became average
    Apple introduced its new product line last night, and the markets responded with volatility. While Apple Pay moved the needle more than either the iPhone 6 or the Apple Watch, the gains were ultimately rather short-lived. Read our take on what this means for Apple going forward.
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    CPolitis CPolitis
    The android competitors rely mostly on specs and that is why they are forced to produce new phones every 6 months. Apple's tik-tok product iteration process (intel...
    3y
    peter peter
    apple products are expensive, market is highly competitive, the profitability has to go down and android rules.
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    Lanny Lanny
    Yeah .. I keep reading these apple-doomsday stories - especially the "grandfather" parable: All my children and grand children are iThings owners, their schools require Apple computers...