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Morgan Stanley advises investors not to bet against Apple

01/25/2008, 11:01 am

While researchers for investment bank Morgan Stanley aren't disputing that slowing iPod growth presents a negative scenario for Apple's share price, they're pointing to recent history this week in advising their clients that now would be the wrong time to bet against the company.


Morgan Stanley ups Apple target, Mac sales estimates

10/12/2007, 02:10 pm

In a bullish research report released Friday, Morgan Stanley raised its price target on shares of Apple Inc. to $180 from $150, but said that the stock could potentially surge as high as $225 given the company's operating leverage and the upcoming launch of an ultramobile Mac.


Apple now valued at over $100 billion

05/30/2007, 01:05 pm

Apple Inc.'s market capitalization broke the $100 billion barrier for the first time on Wednesday, as shares of the company surged above $116 following a bullish research report from investment bank Morgan Stanley.


Morgan Stanley boosts Apple target to $150

05/30/2007, 11:05 am

Citing its thesis that Apple's operating leverage remains underappreciated by investors, Morgan Stanley on Wednesday initiated sharp increases to both its earnings forecast and price target for the Cupertino-based consumer electronics maker.


Apple thrives under Vista onslaught, steady on iPods

03/30/2007, 12:03 am

An expert at Morgan Stanley has reasoned that of all the major computer makers in play during the release of Windows Vista, the only one to avoid taking a hit in sales was the one company that chose not to run the software at all: Apple.


Apple CFO talks Apple TV, iPhone, Leopard and retail [transcript]

03/06/2007, 10:03 pm

Speaking at the Morgan Stanley Technology Conference in San Francisco on Tuesday, Apple chief financial officer Peter Oppenheimer fielded questions on the company's upcoming launch of Apple TV and iPhone, while also talking at length about Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard and strategies in the retail segment. A full transcript the near 40 minute session follows.


iPhone primed to trump rivals in audience appeal

03/03/2007, 11:03 am

Analysts at Bank of America and Morgan Stanley say Apple is poised to snap up marketshare from competing smartphone producers, even though some segments, as always, would prove tough to crack.


iPhone interest said to be larger than market anticipates

03/01/2007, 12:03 pm

A survey conducted last month by investment bank Morgan Stanley found that interest in Apple's upcoming iPhone is much larger than the market currently anticipates, driving the firm to raise its estimates for the Cupertino-based iPod maker through 2007.