Apple shares lost 3.31% after the verdict of the trial against Epic Games was announced and 0.96% after the presentation of new devices. Why are Apple shares falling? How will this unfluence the shares of other companies?
Apple, alongside other tech giants Google and Facebook, is experiencing unprecedented pressure of anti-monopoly regulations in many countries. The company is likely to go to concessions, which might be a negative influence on its income. Is Apple worth investing in?
The shares of Spotify, Netflix, Match Group, and other companies reacted positively to the news about Apple changing payment rules in App Store. Starting 2022, Apple will allow alternative payments in its store. Tech analysis of Spotify, Netflix, and Match Group shares for September 3rd, 2021.
This week, Alphabet, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft released their quarterly statements. The most important financial data from the reports. Tech analysis of Alphabet, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft shares.
Alphabet shares dropped after the company got sued. Apple shares set a new price record. Tech analysis of Alphabet and Apple shares for July 12th.
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation sold the shares of such companies as Apple, Amazon, Twitter, Walmart, FedEx Corporation, United Parcel Service, and Canadian National Railway. The shares of Apple and Amazon dropped while Walmart and Twitter shares grew.
Amazing quarterly reports of US IT giants - Alphabet, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, and Microsoft – made the S&P 500 and NASDAQ indices grow. The former grew by 0.8% to 4211.47 points during a week and the latter – by 0.5% to 14082.55 points.
In 2020, the overall yearly income of major IT companies increased by 24% to 1.1 trillion USD, while their market capitalization grew by 50%, reaching 8 trillion USD. As you might have guessed, we’re talking about Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Alphabet, and Facebook.
Pandemic, quarantine, vaccines, the growth of the IT sector, antitrust litigation of technology corporations, the explosive success of Tesla, and, of course, Brexit - these are our most significant events of the year.