A leading analyst firm called Apple "uninspired placement", iPhone sales – especially the X – ctinuing to decline, according to CNBC . Wednesday, Nomura Instinet told investors that Apple could experience a disappointing two-week period of shipments and profits the iPhone.
Currently, Nomura ranks the Apple stock as "neutral", worth 175 dollars. The firm suggested that the iPhone maker's shares could fall 1.8% over the next year.
Jeffrey Kvaal, an analyst who works for the firm, said that investors "dissected succinctly the main short-term driver of [Apple] shares" and that they expect that " the weak demand for the iPhone "ctinues.
It also claims that shipments of n-Chinese smartphes ctinue to plummet .In the first quarter of 2018, sales of these handsets – mainly iPhones – fell 9
"Bottom shipments suggest that Apple's revenues in China should be at least a significant drag our overall 18% iPhone revenue growth estimate in the secd fiscal quarter," he said. said the analyst.
Apple's earnings per share could also decrease in value. Kvaal estimates that in the secd quarter of 2018, the company's PES will be $ 2.69 – compared with $ 2.71 estimated by other analysts.
In the third quarter of 2018, Apple's PSE could fall to $ 2.12, is despite other analysts giving expectatis of at least $ 2.19 for the period  This is not the first time in 2018 that analysts have decreased Apple's stock due to disappointing sales projectis. In January, Lgbow Research moved Apple's shares from the "high" category to the "neutral" category.
At the time, Lgbow was expecting Apple to ship 233 milli smartphes in 2018, reducing the previous estimate of 238 milli. Other analysts have advanced estimates of 239 milli shipments.
Shawn Harris, who works for the company, explained: "Apple has found …