Are things finally getting better?
That wasn't the only sign of fundamental goodness. Apple
Unlike subsidized iPhones that can be had for as little as $99 with two-year contractual commitments, customers are shelling out the $499 to $699 for the Wi-Fi models without a wireless carrier eating most of the cost.
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The world is bouncing back. China just posted its highest quarterly GDP in three years. There are too many positive signs popping up to make this a mere string of coincidences.
Briefly in the news
And now let's take a quick look at some of the other stories that shaped our week.
- Shares of Sirius XM Radio
(Nasdaq: SIRI)were back above the $1 mark after announcing that it had added 171,441 net subscribers during the past three months.
(NYSE: TM)halted sales of its Lexus GX 460 after Consumer Reports flagged the car as a rollover risk. So let's wrap it up. Toyota has been already accused of putting out cars that don't stop and whose accelerator speeds won't drop. Now, even a high-end model could roll over. Is this an auto company or a fire-safety video?
Until next week, I remain,
Longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz recommends windshield wiper fluid when trying to look back. He owns no shares in any of the stocks in this story and is also part of the Rule Breakers newsletter research team, seeking out tomorrow's ultimate growth stocks a day early. The Fool has a disclosure policy.