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Apple stock rises as Samsung bungles its exploding smartphone recall (AAPL)

Apple stock rose to $116.23 in mid-day trading as its main rival for the high-end smartphone market, Samsung, continues to reel from reports that its latest device continues to have issues with its battery. The $2.17, or $1.90% rise, comes after Apple had a strong weekend in after-hours trading. Apple stock is up nearly 20% over the past three months and is now trading at the same price it was last December.
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