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  1. Around 1 in 5 Android phone owners plan to switch to an Apple iPhone

    Among Android brands, the intention to switch to Apple’s iPhone has grown dramatically while loyalty to Android has softened…

  2. Why Merrill Lynch and Oppenheimer are cautious on Apple before earnings

    Two key analysts are making a cautious note on one of the most popular stocks out there that is reporting early next week…

  3. Merrill Lynch cuts Apple rating; Jefferies, Global Equities foresee impending ‘disaster’

    Merrill Lynch’s Wamsi Mohan cut his rating on Apple (AAPL) shares…

  4. Merrill reinstates Apple at Buy, Susquehanna ups target to $120 on iPhone production

    Merrill Lynch sees a ‘super cycle’ for the iPhone in 2015, perhaps producing sales of as much as 195 million units…

  5. Analyst downgrades Apple ‘on moral and ethical grounds’

    One analyst blacklisted several companies on Monday…

  6. Trends suggest big money is accumulating Apple, building a bottom

    Volume tends to lead price…

  7. Goldman Sachs earned $38.3 million on Apple debt deal

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. got $38.3 million and Deutsche Bank AG $9.3 million…

  8. Merrill Lynch: Sell off on iPhone ‘noise’ overdone; supply chain moves are inventory adjustments, not demand issue

    Merrill Lynch‘s Scott Craig today waded into the debate over Apple…

  9. Merrill Lynch: T-Mobile USA may get Apple iPhone next week

    Merrill Lynch’s Scott Craig is out with a note reporting that…

  10. Merrill Lynch: Apple stock has 20% upside, price target upped to $850

    Apple announced on Monday that iPhone 5 pre-order sales shattered previous records…

  11. Merrill Lynch: Hon Hai may produce fewer next-gen iPhone’s than expected in the coming months

    Hon Hai, which assembles iPhones and iPads for Apple, is expected to ship…

  12. Merrill Lynch: Apple propped up the S&P 500 earnings season

    A better-than-expected S&P 500 earnings season in Q4 was yet another Apple effect…

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