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Apple Stock Gets Price-Target Cut On Lowered iPhone Sales Estimates - Investor's Business Daily
Apple Stock Gets Price-Target Cut On Lowered iPhone Sales Estimates  Investor's Business DailyApple's China problem isn't going away, JPMorgan and Credit Suisse warn in a pair of cautious reports (AAPL)  Business InsiderKuo on 2020 iPhones: 5.4-Inch and 6.7-Inch Models With 5G, 6.1-Inch Model With LTE, All With OLED Displays  Mac RumorsComment: Could 2020 see us getting something like an iPhone SE 2 after all?  9to5MacApple will release two iPhones with 5G in 2020, top analyst says  CNBCView full coverage on Google News

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U.S. chip makers seek easing of Huawei ban: report
Major U.S. chip makers, including Intel Corp. , Qualcomm Inc. and Xilinx Inc. , have quietly lobbied the Trump administration to ease its ban on sales to Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies Co., Reuters reported Sunday. One source told Reuters that the aim was not to help Huawei, but to prevent harm to U.S. companies. Reuters said Huawei spent about $11 billion buying components from U.S. companies in 2018. The Trump administration announced the ban in May, after trade negotiations between the U.S. and China stalled. Earlier this month, the acting White House budget chief sought to delay implementation of the ban, the Wall Street Journal reported, arguing that the burden would fall on U.S. companies that did business with Huawei.

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