Techquity: Apple low, Google high, Microsoft's possible fine
Monday, March 04, 2013 - 02:17
Mar 4 - Apple slips, Google gains, and Microsoft could have to pay up to Denmark.
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Dubious distinction gravel and StellarOne for Google. Let's start when apple it's falling to another 52 week low shares down another 2%. Late on Friday just cut one billion dollar jury award in a patent case against Samsung 540%. On the plus side Bloomberg reporting today that apple is aiming to release the -- I watched later this year. Apple is down in 2013 it's in fact one of the worst performing stocks in the S&P 500 number 4986. To be exact. Google meanwhile is climbing to another all time hot nothing specific we're seeing the analysts have been raising their price targets on stock. In our best of the rest today we've also got Microsoft which succeeded in becoming more like cool but not the -- hoped. Europeans are now taking issue with the Microsoft's tax practices as well. Denmark wants one billion dollars from the software giant according to local media there. Two sides are negotiating the matter which stems from Microsoft purchased a Danish software company division in 2002. The tax story claims that Microsoft's all the division of the company. Below market value to a subsidiary Ireland. Who was also come under criticism in the UK and other European countries for its tax -- Microsoft is down fractionally. From Microsoft in Europe to Yahoo! and Asia. Barclays is raising the Internet stock to overweight and it says the value of Yahoo!'s minority stake in Alibaba and Yahoo! Japan are not fully reflected in the value of its shares. Additionally it's backing these strategic direction undertaken by CEO Marissa -- Shares are up 2% to another 52 week high today. Soaring sputtering stocks are competitors and a hot business. 3-D printing stories stresses the printer maker reported results that topped forecasts and raised its outlook for 2013. Shares are up about 8% now but earlier were up double digits. Competitors 3-D systems is down more than 2% on the news. Both stocks were among the best stocks in the S&P 500 last year or both 3-D systems has also outperformed stresses to this point in 2013. That's a particularly this Monday remember you can follow us on Twitter at RT RS equity. I'm John Marino this --
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