• Apple's most exciting market is your ear: Morning Brief
    Yahoo Finance

    Apple's most exciting market is your ear: Morning Brief

    Top news and what to watch in the markets on Tuesday, January 28, 2020.

  • 5 Must-See Big Cap Earnings Charts
    Zacks

    5 Must-See Big Cap Earnings Charts

    Dozens of big cap companies are reporting this week but these are 5 to keep on your radar.

  • Financial Times

    The Apple effect: Germany fears being left behind by Big Tech

    returned to Apple as chief executive in September 1997, the computer maker was valued at $3bn — less than one-tenth the value of German conglomerate Siemens, Europe’s largest industrial group both then and now. is worth more than the entire Dax index of Germany’s 30 leading companies. Valuations of companies have often been used to make misleading comparisons: there is a cottage industry of pundits who have tried to compare the value of large multinationals to the GDP of entire countries.

  • Financial Times

    How food-delivery apps could change the way we eat out

    What Netflix has done for movies, food-delivery apps are starting to do for our dining habits. As Netflix has shown, the impact of the online world on its offline counterpart is more complex than digital disrupters usually admit. are what Hollywood needs to pull in the crowds, it raises the prospect that restaurants in the age of Deliveroo may also need to shift towards the spectacular to persuade people to leave home.

  • Financial Times

    Apple: core strength 

    This time last year Apple chief executive Tim Cook was issuing glum revised guidance amid falling smartphone demand. Now iPhone sales are up 8 per cent to $56bn in the first three months of the 2020 fiscal year and Apple is celebrating an estimate-beating three months for both revenues and profits. The iPhone 11 was released last September to good reviews but was not considered radical.

  • Foxconn says plans in place to meet production obligations after virus outbreak
    Reuters

    Foxconn says plans in place to meet production obligations after virus outbreak

    Apple Inc supplier Foxconn said it could continue to meet all manufacturing obligations in the wake of a coronavirus outbreak in China even as the iPhone maker flagged uncertainty created by the disease. "We do not comment on our specific production practices, but we can confirm that we have measures in place to ensure that we can continue to meet all global manufacturing obligations," Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd, said in a statement on Tuesday. A new coronavirus has killed 132 in China and affected nearly 6,000 people, with several other countries reporting cases as well.

  • Hong Kong stocks pull Asian shares lower but futures offer hope
    Reuters

    Hong Kong stocks pull Asian shares lower but futures offer hope

    Asian shares fell on Wednesday as a spike in new Chinese virus cases sent Hong Kong stocks tumbling and added to worries about the economic impact of the outbreak. European futures rose 0.22% in early trading and U.S. stock futures were up 0.27%. Chinese stock futures in Singapore rebounded from two days of losses to rise 1.79%, the biggest gain in almost seven weeks.