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508, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: August 05, 2015

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Morning Call: August 05, 2015 Apple tanks, Twitter new lows, Technology bust? Economic data continues to sag, King Dollar and commodity rout continues. Dollar stands tall after Fed’s Lockhart supports September rate hike. Suspected Boko Haram militants kill eight, kidnap […]

2207, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: July 22, 2015

By |July 22nd, 2015|Daily Market View|0 Comments

Morning Call: July 22, 2015 Climate Change? June was the hottest June on record for the planet. Yipes! Apple earnings good, but not good enough: $1.85 vs Expected $1.81. North Korea upgrades missile tower for possible October launch of its […]

711, 2012

Blue Point Trading Market View – November 07, 2012

By |November 7th, 2012|Daily Market View|2 Comments

Apple paid only 2% corporate tax? Apple paid less than 2% corporation tax on its profits outside the US, its filing with US regulators has shown. The company paid $713m in the year to 29 September on foreign pre-tax profits […]

2609, 2012

Blue Point Trading Market View – September 26, 2012

By |September 26th, 2012|Daily Market View|2 Comments

Apple stock up – workers riot. As Apple stock pushes up over $700 a share, it is poised to be the first trillion dollar company in terms of market capitalisation. A mosh pit of fans scrambling for the new iPhone […]

2708, 2012

Blue Point Trading Market View – August 27, 2012

By |August 27th, 2012|Daily Market View|2 Comments

You didn’t build that. Apple prevails over Samsung in high-stakes patent trial. A federal jury has sided with Apple over rival Samsung in a massive patent infringement trial between the two tech heavyweights and has awarded Apple more than $1 […]

1903, 2012

Bluepoint daily market view – March 19, 2012

By |March 19th, 2012|Daily Market View|1 Comment

Is Apple a bubble? A company whose value is dependent on the continued success of two key products, now has a larger market capitalization (at $542 billion), than the entire US retail sector (as defined by the S&P 500). Yes […]