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Los Angelas, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/09/2012 -- Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) are trading at $537.75 and is -16.77% from its 50-day Moving Average price of $646.102 and -12.34% from its 200-day Moving Average price of $613.427. The average trading volume is 17033000 shares and its market capitalization is $505.9B. Apple (AAPL) recently started paying a dividend and initially the expectation was that it would be relatively small and not generate the kind of yield that dividend investors covet. However, recent developments have conspired to move AAPL into the range of being an attractive dividend stock. This is largely because AAPL has the potential to increase its dividend substantially. It is operating at a relatively low "pay out ratio"; the pay out ratio is the percentage of earnings being paid out as dividends. In the case of AAPL, the pay out ratio - even using trailing earnings - is 24%.
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McDonald's Corpor (NYSE:MCD) is very active today and traded between $84.96 - 87.00 with total traded volume of 11398983 shares. At a current price of 85.13, MCD is -1.73 - -1.99% from the previous close of $86.86. Moreover, At Current Market Price, MCD is in distance of -6.46% from its 50-day Moving Average price of $91.0124 and -5.93% from its 200-day Moving Average price of $90.4945. McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) also took a 2% hit after it surprised the market with a drop in monthly sales. The Golden Arches said same-store sales fell 1.8% in October, the first time it's reported a decline in comps since March 2003. Business was poor in all regions, as CEO Don Thompson blamed "pervasive challenges in the global marketplace" for the decline. Additionally A number of other analysts have also recently weighed in on MCD. Analysts at Zacks reiterated a “neutral” rating on shares of McDonald’s in a research note to investors. They now have a $92.00 price target on the stock. Separately, analysts at UBS AG cut their price target on shares of McDonald’s to $96.00 in a research note to investors.s
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Groupon, Inc. (NASDAQ:GRPN) is +0.16 - +4.26% from the previous close of $3.76. It traded between $3.77 - 3.96 with total traded volume of 22324164 shares. Keep a close eye on GRPN, as the stock has been showing unusual moves over the past weeks. At Current market price, GRPN has recovered -2.00% from its 52-week Low of 4.00 and has Pulled back -85.43% from its 52-week high of 26.90. Groupon Inc. (GRPN), the largest daily-deal website, fell 16 percent after reporting third-quarter revenue that missed estimates as sales of coupons overseas declined from the previous quarter. The net loss was $2.98 million, the Chicago-based company said yesterday in a statement. Sales rose 32 percent to $568.6 million, missing the $591 million average analyst estimate, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Groupon, which has lost 80 percent of its value since holding an initial public offering a year ago, has struggled to grow abroad, where it makes nearly half its revenue. While the company has taken steps, such as adding new management, to bolster its business in Europe, currency movements and weak demand for online coupons outside the U.S. continue to pose challenges, said Sameet Sinha, an analyst at B. Riley & Co. in San Francisco.
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Shares of JP Morgan Chase & (NYSE:JPM) are trading at $40.40 and is -2.92% from its 50-day Moving Average price of $41.6159 and +6.54% from its 200-day Moving Average price of $37.9207. The average trading volume is 22891000 shares and its market capitalization is $153.7B. Yesterday, a spokesperson from JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) released details on a regulatory decision that would enable the bank to buy back up to $3 billion of its stock during next year’s first quarter. This is an early indicator that the largest bank in the U.S. is beginning to recover after losing billions of dollars in trading losses on a bad derivatives decision. JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) stopped buying stock back in May after officials first released information about the trading losses, which totaled $6.2 billion. In August, bank officials revamped their capital plan and presented it to the Federal Reserve. According to the bank’s quarterly Securities and Exchange Commission filing released today, the central bank approved that new plan on Monday.
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