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Apr 25, 2017 - 10:25 AM UTC — AAPL: 144.26 (+0.62, +0.43%) | NASDAQ: 6018.68 (+34.86, +0.58%)

Tag: U.S. economy

  1. Geopolitical uncertainty drags Wall Street into red

    Pervasive uncertainty over the role of the U.S. in international conflicts dragged Wall Street…

  2. U.S. private sector job creation remains strong as employers add 263,000 private-sector jobs

    Private-sector hiring this year remained strong as employers reported adding more workers to their payrolls in March than expected…

  3. U.S. consumer confidence hits 16-year high in boost to economy

    Consumer confidence has taken off since the election of President Donald Trump…

  4. Apple shines as stock market rallies on Friday following stellar U.S. job gains

    The total of employed Americans surged by 447,000 to 152.5 million, the highest ever…

  5. U.S. Consumer Comfort Index hits highest level in a decade

    Americans’ confidence continued to mount last week as the Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index…

  6. U.S. private sector job creation booms in President Trump’s first full month as employers add 298,000 jobs

    President Donald Trump’s first full month in office coincided with a breakneck pace of job growth…

  7. Dow hits record milestone of 20,000 on high hopes for Trump administration

    High hopes for a business-friendly Donald Trump White House helped the Dow crack the 20K milestone…

  8. International Monetary Fund boosts growth forecast for US, citing President-elect Donald Trump’s policies

    The International Monetary Fund on Monday said the U.S. economy would grow faster than previously expected in 2017 and 2018…

  9. Wall Street indexes hit record highs as Trump rally continues

    A month-long rally on Wall Street, sparked by Donald Trump’s election as U.S. president, extended on Thursday, driving major Wall Street indexes to record highs…

  10. Tim Cook oversimplifies U.S. ‘skill’ problem

    Would Apple investors tolerate lower profit margins to help rebuild manufacturing businesses…

  11. Beleaguered RadioShack to close up to 1,100 U.S. stores

    Radio Shack, the beleaguered consumer electronics retailer announced Tuesday…

  12. US economy’s momentum slips; softer overseas demand for US products

    The U.S. economy’s momentum is slipping…

  13. US stock futures erase gains after disappointing jobs report

    U.S. stock index futures turned lower on Friday…

  14. Apple among decliners as techs weaken, mirroring broad market after disappointing U.S. jobs data

    The tech sector weakened along with the broader market following…

  15. U.S. consumer sentiment drops in November to near two-year low; U.S. labor force participation rate falls to lowest since March 1978

    U.S. consumer sentiment unexpectedly dipped in November to a near two-year low…

  16. Anemic U.S. jobs report heightens concerns that lackluster economy stalling

    Employers in the U.S. added fewer workers to payrolls than projected in September…

  17. U.S. stocks end down after dismal jobs report

    The total number of new jobs turned out to be the lowest in 10 months…

  18. Apple, Walmart, and the U.S. federal payroll tax hike

    Together, Apple and Walmart represent the intense separation of American life…

  19. Uh oh, here comes Apple’s earnings report

    The prepackaged hype over the next debt-ceiling/fiscal-cliff/austerity crisis that’s coming…

  20. Tech stocks falter on lackluster jobs data; Apple shares down

    U.S. stocks firmed slightly on Friday after a key U.S. jobs report…

  21. Stocks rise as U.S. peers over edge of fiscal cliff

    We’re mere hours away from going off the so-called fiscal cliff…

  22. U.S. stocks fall as retailers slump ahead of fiscal cliff deadline

    U.S. stocks fell, sending the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index lower for a third day…

  23. Apple down, stocks add to losses as ‘fiscal cliff’ looms; extremely weak U.S. holiday shopping reported

    Stocks added to their gains to trade near session lows in thin trading Wednesday…

  24. Impact of Apple’s iPhone 5 on U.S. economy estimated at $75 billion in 2012

    Apple’s iPhone 5 is estimated to move the U.S. economy up by about $75 billion this year…

  25. Consumer sentiment index suffers biggest one-month drop since March 2011

    A series of tax hikes and spending cuts, called the fiscal cliff, is due to hit next year…

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