Market Overview

UPDATE: Deutsche Bank Downgrades Apple Inc.

Related AAPL
Benzinga's Top Upgrades, Downgrades For January 24, 2017
The Market In 5 Minutes: Alibaba Beats, Verizon Disappoints
Apple, Aetna, Humana Downgraded; Comcast PT Raised Ahead Of Q4 (Investor's Business Daily)

Analysts at Deutsche Bank downgraded shares of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) from Buy to Hold and lowered the price from $105 to $102.

Sherri Scribner outlined reasons for the downgrade:

Apple’s ability to surprise consumer base is limited, according to Scribner. She feels iPhone sales expectations are very high, making it difficult for the company to outperform expectations. Moreover, the company has introduced all of its new products, limiting catalysts, Scribner said.

The Deutsche Bank analyst believes shares of Apple are fairly valued. Scribner adjusted estimates to reflect stronger iPhone sales, however, due to limited catalysts she is downgrading to Hold.

Amid the after-hours downgrade, Apple shares were recently down about one percent at $99.18.

Latest Ratings for AAPL

Jan 2017BarclaysDowngradesOverweightEqual-Weight
Jan 2017OTR GlobalDowngradesNegative
Jan 2017GuggenheimInitiates Coverage OnBuy

View More Analyst Ratings for AAPL
View the Latest Analyst Ratings

Posted-In: Deutsche Bank Sherri ScribnerAnalyst Color Downgrades Price Target After-Hours Center Analyst Ratings


Related Articles (AAPL)

View Comments and Join the Discussion!