U.S. stocks pulled back early Wednesday amid worries about Apple . Apple's latest quarterly per share earnings beat Wall Street's forecasts by two cents and revenue matched estimates, but iPhone revenue fell 13% to $28.16 billion. The company sold 45.5 million iPhones during the quarter, a 5% decline...
With tepid economic growth and a strong dollar, US stocks may struggle. But they are unlikely to slide.
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