AAPL hits 52week high as USChina trade war truce could be on the horizon

As the US-China trade talks have come to a partial deal today, the overall US stock market saw notable gains. Along with the positive outlook on a potential US-China trade truce, AAPL is up and has hit a new 52-week high.

AAPL set a new 52-week high during intra-day trading of $237.64 and closed out at the end of trading today with a share price of $236.21, a sizeable increase since falling below $150 back in January this year. $236.21 per share puts Apple’s market cap at $1.067 trillion.

The entire US market saw gains today after the US and China were reported to have reached a partial deal that could bring an end to the trade war. Bloomberg shared more:

The U.S. and China reached a partial agreement Friday that would broker a truce in the trade war and lay the groundwork for a broader deal that Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping could sign later this year, according to people familiar with the matter.

Apple has been caught in the middle of the trade war as Trump has ratcheted up the tariffs over the last few months. For now, Apple is eating the cost as to not make consumers foot the bill.  The next round of tariffs was set to hit iPhone starting in December and the news that the US and China agreed to a partial deal today was welcome by not just Apple but all of Wall Street.

Even without a deal going through any time too soon, there have been talks about postponing the next round of tariffs that was scheduled to begin in December.

As for iPhone 11 sales, early signs are looking positive with Apple even reportedly raising its production to meet strong demand.

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