More evidence emerges that Apple is killing its iPhone X, analyst says

More earnings reports from companies linked to Apple have resulted in further evidence that the technology giant could be winding down or stopping production of the iPhone X.Nasdaq-listed Cognex is the latest company to provide clues that Apple may be going down this path. It reported first quarter earnings on Monday that were up 22 percent year-on-year, a slowdown from the 40 percent growth seen in the first quarter of 2017. Cognex sells technology that assists factories that assemble the iPhon


More earnings reports from companies linked to Apple have resulted in further evidence that the technology giant could be winding down or stopping production of the iPhone X.Nasdaq-listed Cognex is the latest company to provide clues that Apple may be going down this path. It reported first quarter earnings on Monday that were up 22 percent year-on-year, a slowdown from the 40 percent growth seen in the first quarter of 2017. Cognex sells technology that assists factories that assemble the iPhon
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More evidence emerges that Apple is killing its iPhone X, analyst says

More earnings reports from companies linked to Apple have resulted in further evidence that the technology giant could be winding down or stopping production of the iPhone X.

Nasdaq-listed Cognex is the latest company to provide clues that Apple may be going down this path.

It reported first quarter earnings on Monday that were up 22 percent year-on-year, a slowdown from the 40 percent growth seen in the first quarter of 2017. On top of that, guidance for second quarter revenue of between $200 million and $210 million was below Wall Street expectations, according to Neil Campling, co-head of the global thematic group at Mirabaud Securities.

Cognex sells technology that assists factories that assemble the iPhone. Apple’s supply chain relies on this technology to get the OLED screen on the iPhone X fitted perfectly.

Campling told CNBC on Tuesday that Apple accounts for about 20 percent of Cognex revenues, so the slowdown can be attributed to Apple killing off the iPhone X.


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Trump pushes back tariff exemptions but Europe is still not happy

The European Union remains unsatisfied after the White House’s move to extend a decision on metal tariffs. The European Union, which has been temporarily exempted from the tariffs, said the delay prolongs uncertainty for businesses, which are already suffering from the U.S. plans. The Trump administration and the EU have been at odds since Trump announced additional costs for metal imports in March. At the time, the U.S. president argued that it was a matter of national security to impose these


The European Union remains unsatisfied after the White House’s move to extend a decision on metal tariffs. The European Union, which has been temporarily exempted from the tariffs, said the delay prolongs uncertainty for businesses, which are already suffering from the U.S. plans. The Trump administration and the EU have been at odds since Trump announced additional costs for metal imports in March. At the time, the U.S. president argued that it was a matter of national security to impose these
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Trump pushes back tariff exemptions but Europe is still not happy

The European Union remains unsatisfied after the White House’s move to extend a decision on metal tariffs.

President Donald Trump decided Monday to delay until June 1 a decision regarding the imposition of a 25 percent levy on steel imports and a 10 percent duty on aluminum for Mexico, Canada, and the EU. The European Union, which has been temporarily exempted from the tariffs, said the delay prolongs uncertainty for businesses, which are already suffering from the U.S. plans.

“The U.S. decision prolongs market uncertainty, which is already affecting business decisions. The EU should be fully and permanently exempted from these measures, as they cannot be justified on the grounds of national security,” the European Commission, the executive arm of the EU, said in a statement Tuesday morning.

The EU’s argument is that it’s not causing overcapacity in the metal industry and, as a result, it should not be punished with higher tariffs.

“On the contrary, the EU has over the past months engaged at all possible levels with the U.S. and other partners to find a solution to this issue,” the statement said.

The Trump administration and the EU have been at odds since Trump announced additional costs for metal imports in March. At the time, the U.S. president argued that it was a matter of national security to impose these tariffs to protect the American industry. In the eyes of the EU, the motivation of the U.S. is an economic safeguard measure in disguise, not a national security measure.

“We have serious doubts about that justification, we cannot see how the European Union’s friends and allies in NATO can be a threat to national security in the U.S. We find that assumption deeply unjust,” the European Commissioner for Trade, Cecilia Malmstrom, told reporters in early March.


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UK stocks marginally higher amid thin trade; Just Eat up by 4%; BP rises 1%

The FTSE 100 was trading 0.2 percent higher, with other prominent benchmarks — from the likes of Germany, France and Spain — all shut for the day. The company reported a 24 percent increase in U.K. orders in the first quarter of the year and a jump in revenues of 49 percent. The company said that profits surged 71 percent amid the rally in oil prices. In terms of data, U.K. manufacturing PMIs came in below expectations at 53.9, against an expected 54.8. The poor data narrow the chances that the


The FTSE 100 was trading 0.2 percent higher, with other prominent benchmarks — from the likes of Germany, France and Spain — all shut for the day. The company reported a 24 percent increase in U.K. orders in the first quarter of the year and a jump in revenues of 49 percent. The company said that profits surged 71 percent amid the rally in oil prices. In terms of data, U.K. manufacturing PMIs came in below expectations at 53.9, against an expected 54.8. The poor data narrow the chances that the
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UK stocks marginally higher amid thin trade; Just Eat up by 4%; BP rises 1%

The FTSE 100 was trading 0.2 percent higher, with other prominent benchmarks — from the likes of Germany, France and Spain — all shut for the day.

Rio Tinto struggled to stay above the flatline after news that Australian regulators have expanded an investigation into the company and two former top executives for allegedly failing to recognize an impairment in its Mozambique business.

Just Eat was among the top performers, up by nearly 4 percent. The company reported a 24 percent increase in U.K. orders in the first quarter of the year and a jump in revenues of 49 percent.

BP shares rose 1 percent in early deals. The company said that profits surged 71 percent amid the rally in oil prices.

In other corporate news, the U.K. competition and markets authority is due to release its opinion on the 21st Century Fox-Sky merger later on Tuesday.

In terms of data, U.K. manufacturing PMIs came in below expectations at 53.9, against an expected 54.8. As a result, sterling fell to a 15-week low of $1.3683.

The poor data narrow the chances that the Bank of England will announce a rate hike Thursday.


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Boeing to buy aerospace parts maker KLX for about $3.2 billion in cash

Plane maker Boeing said on Tuesday it would buy aerospace parts company KLX for about $3.2 billion in cash to expand its aircraft services business. The $63-per-share offer gives KLX an enterprise value of $4.25 billion, including about $1 billion of net debt. Boeing Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg said last week its services growth would be complemented by strategic acquisitions. The plane maker said there will be no change to its 2018 guidance or capital deployment strategy and expects annua


Plane maker Boeing said on Tuesday it would buy aerospace parts company KLX for about $3.2 billion in cash to expand its aircraft services business. The $63-per-share offer gives KLX an enterprise value of $4.25 billion, including about $1 billion of net debt. Boeing Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg said last week its services growth would be complemented by strategic acquisitions. The plane maker said there will be no change to its 2018 guidance or capital deployment strategy and expects annua
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Boeing to buy aerospace parts maker KLX for about $3.2 billion in cash

Plane maker Boeing said on Tuesday it would buy aerospace parts company KLX for about $3.2 billion in cash to expand its aircraft services business.

The $63-per-share offer gives KLX an enterprise value of $4.25 billion, including about $1 billion of net debt.

Boeing Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg said last week its services growth would be complemented by strategic acquisitions.

The plane maker said there will be no change to its 2018 guidance or capital deployment strategy and expects annual cost savings of about $70 million by 2021.

Last year, Boeing launched a services business, which announced deals worth nearly $1 billion in February, as it looks to capture more of the higher-margin services and spare-parts revenue after a plane is sold.

The Wall Street Journal reported the news on Friday.


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Ashley Judd sues Weinstein saying he wrecked her career

Ashley Judd sued Harvey Weinstein on Monday, saying the former movie mogul hurt her acting career in retaliation for her rejecting his sexual advances. In the lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Judd accuses Weinstein of defamation, sexual harassment and violating California’s unfair competition law. Central to the suit is director Peter Jackson saying in December that Weinstein had warned him 20 years ago that Judd was a “nightmare” to work with, and should be avoided “at all co


Ashley Judd sued Harvey Weinstein on Monday, saying the former movie mogul hurt her acting career in retaliation for her rejecting his sexual advances. In the lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Judd accuses Weinstein of defamation, sexual harassment and violating California’s unfair competition law. Central to the suit is director Peter Jackson saying in December that Weinstein had warned him 20 years ago that Judd was a “nightmare” to work with, and should be avoided “at all co
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Ashley Judd sues Weinstein saying he wrecked her career

Ashley Judd sued Harvey Weinstein on Monday, saying the former movie mogul hurt her acting career in retaliation for her rejecting his sexual advances.

In the lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Judd accuses Weinstein of defamation, sexual harassment and violating California’s unfair competition law. Judd was in the first group of women who came forward last fall about Weinstein’s sexual misconduct, putting her at the forefront of the #MeToo movement.

Central to the suit is director Peter Jackson saying in December that Weinstein had warned him 20 years ago that Judd was a “nightmare” to work with, and should be avoided “at all costs.” Jackson was considering Judd for a major role in his “Lord of the Rings” movies, and had met with her about the role.

Weinstein’s company at the time, Miramax, then held the rights to “Lord of the Rings.”

About a year earlier at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills, Weinstein — in what was supposed to be a business breakfast meeting — appeared in a bathrobe, asked Judd to watch him shower and to let him massage her, the suit alleges. The allegations echo those Judd made in The New York Times in October.

“Cornered, and desperate to escape without angering a man who had the ability to end her budding career, Ms. Judd engaged in a mock bargain with Weinstein, suggesting that she would consider letting him touch her only if she won an Academy Award in one of his films,” the lawsuits says. “Weinstein responded: ‘When you get nominated.’ Ms. Judd held firm, saying, ‘No, when I win.’ And then she fled the scene.”

The suit says Weinstein lorded the Oscar statement over Judd for years afterward when he saw her in public.

Judd, 50, had no idea why she wasn’t cast in the “Lord of the Rings” films until Jackson came forward last year, the lawsuit says.

Weinstein has denied trying to derail Judd’s career, and said he had no role in Jackson’s casting. An email to his attorney Ben Brafman was not immediately returned.

The lawsuit goes beyond many sexual harassment suits by invoking unfair competition laws against fraudulent business practices in an attempt to “shine a light on the broader economic damages caused when individuals in positions of authority attempt to punish those who have resisted their improper advances,” Judd’s attorney Theodore J. Boutrous Jr. said in a statement.

Jackson said Weinstein also warned him against casting Mira Sorvino, who has also alleged she is among Weinstein’s victims. Jackson apologized for playing any unwitting role in the damage done to the women’s careers, and the lawsuit is quick to absolve him of any wrongdoing.

The lawsuit seeks injunctions against Weinstein engaging in unfair competition and any further retaliation against Judd. It asks for damages to be determined at trial, but a statement from her attorneys said any money she is awarded will be donated to a charity that combats sexual harassment and discrimination.

The suit is among many pending against Weinstein, 66, who is also under criminal investigation in Los Angeles and New York.


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Apple may give investors less cash than they expect and that could hit the stock, Barclays says

Apple may have to allocate more cash than expected to acquisitions, which risks returning less to investors and that could be a headwind for the stock, according to Barclays. The bank slashed its price target for the iPhone maker for the second time in two months on Monday. Barclays said that many investors are holding Apple stock in hope of a payout, but the risk is that Apple could give back less than expected, because more money needs to go to acquisitions due to the possibility of weaker iPh


Apple may have to allocate more cash than expected to acquisitions, which risks returning less to investors and that could be a headwind for the stock, according to Barclays. The bank slashed its price target for the iPhone maker for the second time in two months on Monday. Barclays said that many investors are holding Apple stock in hope of a payout, but the risk is that Apple could give back less than expected, because more money needs to go to acquisitions due to the possibility of weaker iPh
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Apple may give investors less cash than they expect and that could hit the stock, Barclays says

Apple may have to allocate more cash than expected to acquisitions, which risks returning less to investors and that could be a headwind for the stock, according to Barclays.

The bank slashed its price target for the iPhone maker for the second time in two months on Monday.

In a note titled “It Might Rain on Buyback Exuberance,” Barclays put a price target of $157 on Apple, down from $168, representing a nearly 5 percent downside from Monday’s close.

The problem it sees is that many people are holding the stock because of high expectations around capital return. Apple said that it will bring back its offshore cash of around $258 billion to the U.S. following President Donald Trump’s plan to reduce the tax rate on money repatriated to America.

Many analysts expect Apple to announce a significant share buyback program and dividend increase. Barclays said that many investors are holding Apple stock in hope of a payout, but the risk is that Apple could give back less than expected, because more money needs to go to acquisitions due to the possibility of weaker iPhone sales.

“Our concern is that a weaker iPhone franchise could require the company to allocate more cash to M&A,” Barclays said in the note.

“In contrast, we think many holders are in the stock for capital returns being the main beneficiary of excess cash. As a result, there could be a sell on the news event around the… earnings call if capital returns are only in line with expectations, set against a backdrop of softening earnings power.”


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Bitcoin has ‘elements of all of the different asset classes,’ CFTC chairman says

The CFTC commissioner on whether bitcoin is a security or a currency 11 Hours Ago | 06:44The ecosystem around bitcoin is still changing, but U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo said the popular cryptocurrency is part currency, part security and part digital coin. “Bitcoin and a lot of its other virtual currency counterparts really have elements of all of the different asset classes, whether they’re meeting payment, whether it’s a long-term asset,” Giancarl


The CFTC commissioner on whether bitcoin is a security or a currency 11 Hours Ago | 06:44The ecosystem around bitcoin is still changing, but U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo said the popular cryptocurrency is part currency, part security and part digital coin. “Bitcoin and a lot of its other virtual currency counterparts really have elements of all of the different asset classes, whether they’re meeting payment, whether it’s a long-term asset,” Giancarl
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Bitcoin has 'elements of all of the different asset classes,' CFTC chairman says

The CFTC commissioner on whether bitcoin is a security or a currency 11 Hours Ago | 06:44

The ecosystem around bitcoin is still changing, but U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo said the popular cryptocurrency is part currency, part security and part digital coin.

“Bitcoin and a lot of its other virtual currency counterparts really have elements of all of the different asset classes, whether they’re meeting payment, whether it’s a long-term asset,” Giancarlo told CNBC on “Fast Money” Monday, live from the annual Milken Conference in Los Angeles.

“We see elements of commodity in it that are subject to our regulations, but depending on which regulatory regime you’re looking at, it has different aspects of all of that,” he said.

Giancarlo went on to say that there are certain aspects of bitcoin that look similar to an asset like gold.

“Only it’s virtual,” he said. “It’s digital.”

One key point, he said, is that bitcoin may not be an ideal form of payment. Rather, bitcoin would be better suited for a long-term buy and hold strategy.

The CFTC , as well as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Giancarlo pointed out, operate under rules and regulations that were established in the 1930s. In contrast, bitcoin, less than 10 years old, is still relatively new.

“At the end of the day, it’s for Congress, and not regulators, to decide whether new policies should be evolved for these new asset classes,” he said.

Bitcoin hoovered around $9,000 Monday evening.


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BP profits surge 71 percent amid oil price rally

BP beat analyst expectations on Tuesday, as higher crude prices and rising production levels helped to fast-track a recovery in one of Europe’s largest oil and gas companies. Here are the key first-quarter metrics:Underlying replacement cost profit, used as a proxy for net profit, came in at $2.586 billion in the first-quarter vs. $2.2 billion expected by a company-provided analyst consensus. First-quarter production rose to 3.7 million barrels per day, up 6 percent from the previous year. The B


BP beat analyst expectations on Tuesday, as higher crude prices and rising production levels helped to fast-track a recovery in one of Europe’s largest oil and gas companies. Here are the key first-quarter metrics:Underlying replacement cost profit, used as a proxy for net profit, came in at $2.586 billion in the first-quarter vs. $2.2 billion expected by a company-provided analyst consensus. First-quarter production rose to 3.7 million barrels per day, up 6 percent from the previous year. The B
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BP profits surge 71 percent amid oil price rally

BP beat analyst expectations on Tuesday, as higher crude prices and rising production levels helped to fast-track a recovery in one of Europe’s largest oil and gas companies.

Here are the key first-quarter metrics:

Underlying replacement cost profit, used as a proxy for net profit, came in at $2.586 billion in the first-quarter vs. $2.2 billion expected by a company-provided analyst consensus.

First-quarter production rose to 3.7 million barrels per day, up 6 percent from the previous year.

The British oil giant posted first-quarter underlying replacement cost profit, used as a proxy for net profit, of $2.586 billion. That was enough to beat forecasts of $2.2 billion for the first three months of 2018, according to a company-provided survey of analysts.

“We have delivered another strong set of results. Our safe and reliable operations and strong financial delivery have continued into 2018,” BP CEO Bob Dudley said in a statement.

“Moving through 2018 we’re determined to keep delivering our operational targets and maintaining capital discipline while growing cash flow and returns,” he added.


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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wedding: Cash bonanza for UK firms

Running a bakery in a small, English town on the outskirts of London usually brings its fair share of quiet days. But, for Edward Durkin’s family-owned bakery, May 19 could well be the busiest day in its 100-year history. Four generations on since his family first opened Heidi Bakery in a shopping mall opposite England’s Windsor Castle in 1918, Durkin is in a prime position to take advantage of the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. “This is the biggest event in our bakery’s history and


Running a bakery in a small, English town on the outskirts of London usually brings its fair share of quiet days. But, for Edward Durkin’s family-owned bakery, May 19 could well be the busiest day in its 100-year history. Four generations on since his family first opened Heidi Bakery in a shopping mall opposite England’s Windsor Castle in 1918, Durkin is in a prime position to take advantage of the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. “This is the biggest event in our bakery’s history and
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wedding: Cash bonanza for UK firms

Running a bakery in a small, English town on the outskirts of London usually brings its fair share of quiet days.

But, for Edward Durkin’s family-owned bakery, May 19 could well be the busiest day in its 100-year history.

Four generations on since his family first opened Heidi Bakery in a shopping mall opposite England’s Windsor Castle in 1918, Durkin is in a prime position to take advantage of the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

“This is the biggest event in our bakery’s history and we are taking full advantage of the day,” Durkin told CNBC.

Local businesses in Windsor are already reaping the rewards that an influx of tourists — especially those from the U.S. — will bring to the Berkshire town.

“I don’t think it’s ever been as sustained and drawn as much international attention as much as this,” Durkin said. “We remember William’s and Kate’s 2011 wedding, but that was in London. The real key is having the event in Windsor.”

Location isn’t the only advantage. The shopping mall which Heidi Bakery is located in has held a royal warrant, which gives his business official status as a supplier of gifts to Queen Elizabeth’s household, for the best part of 20 years.


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The future of TV advertising

The future of TV advertising8:41 AM ET Tue, 1 May 2018What can TV learn from programmatic ad buying, and what does the future hold for TV advertising? MMM spoke to Edward Wale at SpotX and Mike Shaw at Dataxu to get their thoughts.


The future of TV advertising8:41 AM ET Tue, 1 May 2018What can TV learn from programmatic ad buying, and what does the future hold for TV advertising? MMM spoke to Edward Wale at SpotX and Mike Shaw at Dataxu to get their thoughts.
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The future of TV advertising

The future of TV advertising

8:41 AM ET Tue, 1 May 2018

What can TV learn from programmatic ad buying, and what does the future hold for TV advertising? MMM spoke to Edward Wale at SpotX and Mike Shaw at Dataxu to get their thoughts.


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