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Apple Stock Slides As Foxconn's Smartphone Assembler Warns Of 52% Profit Drop In 2016

A lack of new "disruptive" innovation in smartphones continues to hit demand for new products leaving manufacturers to suffer the consequences. The latest evidence of the slowing growth comes from FIH Mobile, a subsidiary of Foxconn Technology, who just announced new guidance for 2016 net income which is now expected to be down 52% YoY. The company's largest clients include Chinese smartphone OEMs like Huawei Technologies and Xiaomi as well as US OEM Motorola.
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