NewsWatch: Apple reports record quarter as iPhone 7 sales help earnings: Live blog

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Apple Inc. is expected to report its first year-over-year improvement in iPhone sales after three straight quarters of declines when it reports earnings after the market closes on Tuesday. Analysts expect the quarterly results to benefit from the iPhone 7’s first full quarter of sales, a slightly-improved PC market that may buoy the Mac and continued expansion of Apple services. See full story.

Volatile biotech trade illustrates Trump’s ability to shift sentiment on a dime

The exchange-traded funds that track the biotech sector saw huge swings on Tuesday, with investors reacting both positively and negatively to comments from President Donald Trump that could indicate policies representing both headwinds and tailwinds for the sector. See full story.

Trump administration’s comments on the dollar don’t add up, say traders

What’s it going to be—a weaker dollar or a border-adjustment tax? See full story.

Trump’s tech relations sour as Silicon Valley resists immigration ban

The technology industry has established itself as the clearest corporate opponent to Donald Trump. See full story.

Under Armour suffers multiple downgrades on fears the ‘growth story’ is ending

Under Armour suffered multiple downgrades by analysts, as disappointing fourth-quarter results sparked fears that the athletic apparel company’s growth story was ending. See full story.

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