Apple and suppliers shares drop on report of weak iPhone X demand

“U.S. stocks were set to open lower on Tuesday in thin trading volume following the Christmas holiday as losses in Apple and a bunch of chipmakers weighed,” Sruthi Shankar reports for Reuters. “Apple’s shares fell 2.6 percent to $170.47 in premarket trading after Taiwan’s Economic Daily reported the company would slash its sales forecast for the iPhone X in the quarter”

“Shares of Apple suppliers, including Broadcom, Skyworks Solutions, Finisar and Lumentum Holdings, fell between 1.47 percent and 3.4 percent,” Shankar reports. “Most markets around the world, including parts of Europe and Asia, were closed on Tuesday.”

Shankar reports, “The indexes clung onto small weekly gains last week, after a long-promised Republican bill to cut corporate tax rates was ratified and a short-term spending bill that averted a government shutdown was approved.”

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MacDailyNews Take: Post Christmas AAPL sale!

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21 Comments

  1. The ‘experts’ can yak yak themselves silly about the why – but it simply cost too much… period.

    IMO There’s a line they crossed and now the result is being felt. If I had to replace my 6 today no way would I go that $$$. I have Better places to put my money.

    It’s just a Phone.

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