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There's 'ample dry powder' for Apple to surge as it launches new iPhones, UBS says (AAPL)

Business Insider Tuesday, 11 September 2018
There's 'ample dry powder' for Apple to surge as it launches new iPhones, UBS says (AAPL)· *Apple is expected to unveil three iPhone models Wednesday, and sales of the devices could grow 6% next year, according to UBS analysts.*
· *The recurring nature of Apple's hardware and services revenues would help send the shares up 13% over the next 12 months, they said.*
· *Even with Apple's hardware business trading at...
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