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Morgan Stanley ups Apple target on 'sustainable' App Store growth

In a research note to investors, Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty raised her price target for Apple (AAPL) to $214 as she believes App Store growth is sustainable and take rates are defensible. Further, Huberty argued that Services margins have room to expand as the market undervalues the tech giant's Services business. 'EMERGING POWER' OF SERVICES: Morgan Stanley's Huberty raised her price target for Apple to $214 from $200, while reiterating an Overweight rating on the shares. The analyst told investors that the iPhone maker's App Store growth is... -The Fly

Toyota to expand mass production of fuel cell stacks, hydrogen tanks

Toyota sees global sales of fuel cell electric vehicles increasing significantly after 2020, to at least 30,000 per year from today's 3,000. To prepare for this growth, the company unveiled plans for two major new facilities today: a brand-new building near its original automobile factory for expanding fuel cell stack mass production, and a new line in an existing plant to manufacture high-pressure hydrogen tanks. The FC stack is what generates the on-board electricity from hydrogen and oxygen which propel FCEVs with zero emissions, and the tanks store... -The Fly

On The Fly: Top stock stories at midday

Stocks opened in positive territory, but have turned mixed and moved in a narrow range during morning trading. The Dow has slipped into negative ground though the S&P and Nasdaq are holding onto slight gains. Other than the announced plan for China to cut the import tax on U.S. autos, there has been little movement on the trade front and the economic calendar is relatively quiet. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., the Richmond Fed manufacturing index came in at 16, versus the consensus call for a May reading of 10. On the trade front, China's Finance... -The Fly

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