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Apple Stock Jumps on Announcements

Apple Stock Jumps on Announcements

by , 1:30 PM EST, January 9th, 2007

At 1:16 PM EST (10:16 AM PST) on Tuesday, Apple's stock was selling for US$89.77, up 5.03%, or $4.30, for the day on the strength of the announcements CEO Steve Jobs made during his Macworld keynote, which included more details about AppleTV (formerly iTV) and the introduction of the iPhone, which combines cell phone, iPod, and Internet communications in one device.


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