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U.S. Futures, Asia Stocks Drift; Yuan Ticks Higher: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stock futures fluctuated and Asian stocks drifted at the open after a dip on Wall Street on Friday. The offshore yuan edged higher.Equities started the week little changed in Australia and South Korea, while Japan's equity market was shut. Currencies saw small moves, with the dollar largely steady against its main G-10 peers. Cash Treasuries won't trade until the London open because of the Japan holiday. Crude oil retreated.As U.S.-China tensions linger, President Donald Trump said he's approved Oracle Corp.'s bid for the U.S. operations of TikTok "in concept." The Trump administration's curbs on WeChat were put on hold by a judge, upending an effort to halt use of the Chinese-owned app in the U.S.Investors remain watchful for any signs of progress on a U.S. fiscal stimulus package, while Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell will testify before Congress from Tuesday to Thursday to discuss pandemic relief efforts. Covid-19 cases in the U.S. steadied as deaths approached 200,000 and over in the U.K., the Health Secretary said the country is at a "tipping point.""We do have concerns down the stretch about the markets reacting poorly to some of the uncertainties facing us -- the election, potentially around Covid-19, and the fact that we don't have a stimulus package yet," Rebecca Felton, senior market strategist at Riverfront Investment Group, said on Bloomberg TV. "I would have to think we could be volatile to the downside here."Elsewhere, the European Central Bank has launche

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 18, 2020
Stock-market benchmarks wipe out weekly gains amid Friday selloff but Tesla is a port in the storm
U.S. stocks on Friday were seeing heavy selling pressure, led by declines in large-capitalization technology-related companies. The selling action managed to erase weekly gains for the Dow Jones Industrial Average , the S&P 500 index and the Nasdaq Composite . On the day, the Dow was off 1.2% at 27,570, the S&P 500 index was trading 1.5% lower at 3,307, well below its 50-day moving average at around 3,343.34, according to FactSet data. The Nasdaq was nearly 1.8% lower on the session at 10,711. For the week, the Dow was down 0.4% for the week, the S&P 500 was seeing a 1.1% weekly decline, while the Nasdaq was on track for a 1.4% weekly loss. A weekly decline would represent the longest such streak since three weekly declines ended Oct. 4 of 2019 for the Dow and the S&P 500. For the Nasdaq, would mark the longest weekly losing streak since the four-week stretch ended Aug. 23, 2019. However, some stocks were maintaining altitude in the market, including popular Tesla Inc. , which was up 3% despite the broad-market downturn.

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MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 17, 2020
Apple target price gets a boost at Jefferies
Apple Inc. shares got a price target boost at Jefferies Thursday as analyst Kyle McNealy cheered the company's opportunities in 5G. "Specifically, we see historically low upgrade rates and handset subsidies in the US reversing trend, share gains versus Huawei in Europe, and a massive legacy installed base in China looking to upgrade," he wrote in a note to clients while upping his target price to $135.00 from $116.25. McNealy estimates that the current upgrade rate is about 5% per quarter, which he said is below the perhaps 8% to 10% rates seen from 2014 to 2016. He expects that carriers could get more aggressive with subsidies as they try to compete for new 5G customers to help justify their spending on this new network infrastructure. He's also upbeat about the company's potential in China given that a recent Jefferies survey found that 75% of respondents there were using the iPhone 6, 7, or 8. He has a buy rating on the stock, which is off 1.1% in Thursday trading. The shares have risen 26% over the past three months as the Dow Jones Industrial Average has added 7%.

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