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Wall St slumps, Apple slides for seventh session

Technology stocks have been battered by a batch of weaker-than-forecast earnings from heavyweights such as Apple, Microsoft and Google parent Alphabet. Apple slumped for a seventh session a day after Carl Icahn said he cashed out his stake in the company. The group capped its for the worst month since August.The benchmark equity index had rebounded as much as 15 per cent from a 22-month low in February, though the rally faltered this week amid corporate earnings disappointments.
Financial Review
29/04
10 Points
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Money Wall St: Stocks fall heavily on slower US GDP growth

ABC
29/04
16 Points
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Money Wall St: US stocks fall on declining oil prices

ABC
26/04
16 Points
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Money Wall St opens lower as earnings underwhelm

Gannett was little changed at $US15.78.Xerox fell 9.1 per cent to $US10.16 after the printer and copier maker reported a fall in quarterly revenue.Declining issues outnumbered advancing ones on the NYSE by 1,773 to 896. On the Nasdaq, 1,313 issues fell and 1,020 advanced.The S&P 500 index showed 2 new 52-week highs and 1 new low, while the Nasdaq recorded 11 new highs and 7 new lows.
NewsComAu
25/04
23 Points
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Money Wall St: US shares post biggest fall in a fortnight

ABC
22/04
11 Points
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Money Wall St: US shares rise on oil prices, economic data

ABC
21/04
5 Points
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Money Wall St: US shares rise modestly amid mixed profits

ABC
20/04
20 Points
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Money Wall St: Dow Jones Industrial Average smashes through 18,000 points

ABC
19/04
10 Points
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