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Apr 21, 2017 - 05:15 PM UTC — AAPL: 142.27 (-0.17, -0.12%) | NASDAQ: 5910.52 (-6.26, -0.11%)

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  1. Analyst: Apple will be worth at least $824 billion this year

    Apple Inc.’s shares may have already soared more than 16% to fresh highs…

  2. Analyst: Apple shares could rise 10% in 6 months

    Services have brought in $25.5 billion in the past year, or more than 12% of revenue…

  3. It’s no longer all about the iPhone; Apple’s services revenue is growing at an impressive clip

    An analyst bumped his price target by 10% on Wednesday, and he barely even mentioned the iPhone…

  4. RBC ups Apple price target to $155

    Apple shares were up slightly in premarket trading today after RBC Capital analysts…

  5. For Apple, this week is pure gravy

    Last year at this time, Apple had already closed the books on its all-important Christmas quarter…

  6. Analyst: Supply chain suggests Apple to see better-than-expected holiday season

    17 percent of consumers polled intend to purchase an Apple Watch compared to 13 percent last year…

  7. Apple’s iPhone SE: The sold out flop

    RBC Capital Markets analyst Amit Daryanani predicts iPhone SE sales of 40 million units in 2016…

  8. Analyst predicts ‘iPhone SE’ to be a hit with upgraders, selling up to 15 million units in first year

    While larger iPhones have driven sales among switchers, a new 4-inch iPhone is likely to drive…

  9. Analyst: Apple could grab $5 billion in sales from new 4-inch iPhone

    The 4-inch iPhone will sell more than 10 million units, but with some cannibalization of larger models, the net effect will be…

  10. Jim Cramer: Apple is clearly a buy, despite analyst trash-talk

    We view recent supply-chain concerns as exaggerated, and advise subscribers to take the headline noise with a grain of salt…

  11. RBC cuts Apple price target to $140, citing iPhone supply chain concerns

    Investment firm RBC Capital Markets slashed its price target for Apple stock to $140 this week…

  12. Analyst sees Apple iMac refresh as ‘slight positive’

    Apple on Tuesday gave its desktop computer lineup a refresh with ultra-high-definition 4K and 5K displays…

  13. Apple shares could rally 50% on new iPhone Upgrade Program

    The iPhone upgrade announcement makes things interesting for investors…

  14. Analyst predicts Apple could sell up to 5 million Apple Watches in June quarter

    Strong demand for the Apple Watch after preorders began on Monday will translate to blockbuster sales…

  15. Apple’s next big surprise may not be a product

    The rally in Apple shares, up more than 60 percent in the past year…

  16. RBC ups Apple price target

    Apple Inc.’s stock price target was bumped up to…

  17. RBC: Apple could fund $65+ billion annual capital return program; raises target to $140

    Apple is set to announce an update to its capital return program…

  18. Pros: Why Apple shares took a dive today

    Apple’s share price took a dive on Monday morning…

  19. Apple Watch could do three times Fossil sales in first year

    In its first year of sales, the Apple Watch could generate almost three times…

  20. RBC ups Apple price target to $120; says Apple Watch will earn $10 billion in first-year revenue

    Apple Watch could add $10 billion in added revenue…

  21. Analyst: Apple massive component, assembly orders signal huge ‘iPhone 6’ and ‘iWatch’ launches

    Apple’s manufacturing and component costs have spiked year over year…

  22. Apple’s new 4.7- and 5.5-inch iPhones could beat already lofty expectations

    Apple could end up selling more than 75 million iPhone 6 units…

  23. RBC again ups Apple price target to $645 on strength of share buybacks

    With shares of Apple stock continuing to gain value…

  24. RBC Capital: China Mobile iPhone deal could boost Apple’s EPS by $2.50-$3.50

    RBC Capital’s Amit Daryanani today reiterates an Outperform rating…

  25. RBC sees room for Apple to take on another $55 billion in debt

    The Street continues to be preoccupied with Carl Icahn‘s announcement…

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