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Trick or Trend: Is good news from Apple enough to create a tech rally to lead the market?

Our regular (or occasional or perhaps occasionally regular) Friday series (actually running on Friday this week) Trick or Trend looks at what might (or might not) be emerging investible trends. Exclusively on JAM. This post won't run anywhere else. Ever. Today Japan's Nikkei Asian Review reported that Apple (AAPL) has told suppliers to increase production […]

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Chip recovery keeps slipping further away, Broadcom says

Today Broadcom (AVGO) cut its annual sales forecast, saying that the U.S.-China trade war will wipe out the rebound in orders that it had predicted for the second half of 2019. Revenue at the chipmaker for fiscal 2019 will be $22.5 billion instead of the $24.5 billion the company predicted just three months ago. That […]

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China is working on its own black list in retaliation for U.S. ban on Huawei

The U.S. has required that Chinese telecom giant Huawei get a waiver before it can buy any U.S. technology, such as chips from Qualcomm (QCOM) and Broadcom (AVGO). And the U.S. government has threatened to slap those same restrictions on five Chinese companies that specialize in video surveillance and facial recognition. Well, China is looking […]

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Notes You Need for November 3: Japan rally, utilities, rig count, tax cut deficit, QCOM buyout rumor, NXPI, dollar, gold, oil prices

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Apple’s iPhone 7 problems ripple across tech sector today

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Notes You Need for December 2 (4:45 p.m. update)–Day 2 of my newest feature on JAM.com

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Apple downgraded: Another sign of a tough earnings season for technology ahead

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