NASDAQ Composite ended the session with Apple jumping 1.98% to $139.58 on Friday while nASDAQ Composite rose 0.15% to $13,551.63.
Apple today’s close was $139.58, 0.16% below its 52-week high of $139.80.
News about Apple today
According to today’s article on Business Insider, "The investor also spoke of a "frenzy" in stocks then, and described technology companies such as Apple securing trillion-dollar market capitalizations as "the most dramatic thing that’s almost ever happened in the entire world history of finance."
Apple’s sales growth is 16.1% for the present quarter and 26.7% for the next. The company’s growth estimates for the current quarter and the next is 12% and 40.6%, respectively.
Year-on-year quarterly revenue growth grew by 1%, now sitting on 274.52B for the twelve trailing months.
Apple’s last day, last week, and last month’s average volatility was 3.67%, 0.91%, and 0.38%, respectively.
Apple’s last day, last week, and last month’s high and low average amplitude percentage was 2.81%, 2.30%, and 2.61%, respectively.
Apple’s Stock Yearly Top and Bottom Value
Apple’s stock is valued at $139.58 at 16:05 EST, below its 52-week high of $139.80 and way higher than its 52-week low of $53.15.
Apple’s Moving Average
Apple’s value is above its 50-day moving average of $128.67 and way above its 200-day moving average of $116.48.
Previous days news about Apple
According to Business Insider on Tuesday, 19 January, "Following the siege, Google and Apple swiftly barred the app from their app stores, and AWS took Parler offline. "
According to Bloomberg Quint on Tuesday, 19 January, "At the same time, foundries began seeing a surge in demand for gadget chips after Apple Inc., Samsung Electronics Co. and Chinese brands prepped an avalanche of 5G devices including the iPhone 12, which require as much as 40% more silicon content as 4G handsets."
According to Bloomberg Quint on Tuesday, 19 January, "There is a parallel in the U.S.,where investorsobsessover the so-calledFAANG stocks (Facebook Inc., Apple Inc., Amazon.com Inc., Netflix Inc. and Google, now Alphabet Inc.),which trade on average at 53 times earnings."
According to Bloomberg Quint on Wednesday, 20 January, "The current guestimates are for somewhere in the neighborhood of about 12%, aimed at companies such as Apple and Facebook that despite being wildly profitable pay almost no taxes. "
According to Business Insider on Wednesday, 20 January, "Following the siege, Google and Apple barred the app from their app stores, and AWS took Parler offline."
According to Bloomberg Quint on Wednesday, 20 January, "That’s especially true of TSMC, a maker of chips for Apple Inc., Qualcomm Inc, Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and others. ", "He previously covered Apple and other technology companies for Bloomberg News in San Francisco."
According to The Wall Street Journal on Thursday, 21 January, "Executives are asking how much tech companies like Apple Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. are spending on movies and shows, and how long movies should appear exclusively in theaters-if at all."