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Apple Today 09/25/2015 OPEX 6s (AAPL)

seymour_greenz • September 25th 2015 09:28:08 AM

Good Morning,

NASDAQ Futures are up 46 with +44 Fair Value, Dow Futures are up 206. Global markets are up after Janet Yellen's speech in Massachusetts yesterday, outlining a strategy for raising rates in 2015. On the other hand, a "government shutdown" lurks in the background. Oil holds steady at $48 while gold had a great day yesterday and is settling back down slightly this morning. VW chooses a new CEO. Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) is down after reporting earnings and missing expectations, in contrast to Nike (NKE) which is up over 8% on a strong report and Jabil (JBL) which is also up nearly 9%.

Yesterday, AAPL opened at 113.31 and scared us with a drop to 112.37 on moderate volume before turning green by early afternoon and then really taking off by the end of the day, reaching a high of 115.5 at 2:57pm on relatively high volume. AAPL closed the intra-day near the high of the day at an "even 115". AAPL continued to rise in after-hours and edged up 48 cents to 115.48.

This morning in pre-market, AAPL opened up higher in conjunction with Futures at 115.74 on low volume and paraded up all morning, reaching a high of 116.41 at 8:13am on low volume before dipping back down towards 116 on high volume. Large trade of 126,400 at 8am before the peak. AAPL is currently up 1.21 at 116.21. Strong sales are predicted for iPhone this weekend.

Classic max-pain is 113. Today is OPEX and iPhone 6s launch day.

Futures up on Yellen's speech:

Rates will raise this year?

Rough week for Europe:

Oil holds steady:

VW chooses a new CEO:

Nike just does it:

Blackberry troubles or a new hope?

Gold on the rise:

iPhone 6s launch day:

Let's check out iPhone's new 3D Touch:

Google Voice gets an upgrade:

Samsung Pay showing potential?

Oculus Connect gives us a glimpse of new VR apps:

Musk on VW:

Closeup of Pluto:

Double trouble?

The science of diet:

Scientists + baby = creepy robot:

Today's Economic Calendar:
8:30 GDP Q2
8:30 Corporate Profits
9:15 Fed's Bullard: U.S. Monetary Policy
9:45 PMI Services Index Flash
10:00 Reuters/UofM Consumer Sentiment
1:25 PM Fed's George: Monetary policy and Economic Policy

Notable earnings on Monday before the open: CALM, MTN, WMS

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