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Chinese consumers may be staging an informal boycott of some American products and that could be a factor behind Apple’s revenue shortfall, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch economists. Others on Wall Street have made the same claim. Apple last week stunned investors when it revealed its revenues would miss its forecast, in large
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: MetLife shares fell 7 percent during after hours trading Tuesday as the company’s president and CEO announced his retirement. Steven Kandarian will depart on April 30. Michel Khalaf, the president of MetLife’s U.S., European, Middle East and African businesses, will become CEO and president. Glenn Hubbard
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December’sstronger-than-expected jobs report shows the labor market remains solid, but does not alleviate fears that the economy is slowing down as the new year begins. The economy added 312,000 jobs in December, far more than the 177,000 that were expected and the largest increase in payrolls since February, 2018. The unemployment rate rose to 3.9
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Apple’s sales shortfall in China and a sudden slip in the U.S. manufacturing economy are the latest signs that the Trump administration’s trade war with China is hitting home and that could help bring it to an end, some economists and analysts said. China’s economy has been limping, but Apple’s revelation Wednesday that its iPhone
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Square shares rose more than 1 percent after hours as the company named Amrita Ahuja as it new chief financial officer, succeeding Sarah Friar. Ahuja is currently CFO of Blizzard Entertainment, a division of Activision Blizzard. Ahuja is the latest executive to depart the video game
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