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Apple stock blows up as Samsung kills Galaxy Note 7

Apple stock has hit its highest share price in almost one year to coincide with the news that Samsung is permanently withdrawing its ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 from the market. AAPL shares rose 2.3 percent to hit $116.72 last night, representing an increase of $2.66 per share. This rise was the highest for Apple shares […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
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