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Reports that Apple may slow hiring interrupted the two-day stock market rally yesterday, but why was this a surprise? Should analysts be cutting Apple’s and other companies earnings estimates? And even with cuts, analysts are still expecting a healthy gains in full year earnings over 2021.

 

There hasn’t been any dramatic cuts in the second half numbers for a specific reason emerging around 2023, for Apple and much of the tech sector in general.

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