New York (December 12th, 2012) - Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL), the maker of iPhones and iPad, is marginally lower in mid-day trading today. At last check, AAPL was down 0.34% to $539.37. AAPL had fallen 9% last week, which is the stock’s worst weekly performance since 2010. The sharp decline was blamed on a number of factors, including increasing competition for the company’s products.
AAPL also formed a death cross, with the stock’s 50-day moving average falling below the 200-day moving average. Technical analysts generally see the death cross as a sell signal. However, the stock made a recovery on Tuesday, gaining more than 2%.
AAPL has slipped in trading today despite reports that the technology giant is working with TV-set designers.
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FB has had an excellent run over the past few weeks. In the last one month, the stock has gained more than 37%. The stock rebounded after the company’s most recent quarterly results showed that the company generated significant advertising revenue from mobile.
FB has been struggling to break through the $28 resistance level though. The stock is still trading well below its IPO price of $38.
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