This exchange-traded note offers a leveraged play on strong growth in emerging markets.
This could be the catalyst to get shares moving sharply higher, as China is one of the tech giant's fastest-growing markets.
Canaccord initiates Kraft Foods with a 'buy' and Mondelez with a 'sell.'
The Chinese telecom has been closing the 3G gap with China Mobile by adding more subscribers every month.
Bullish analysts say the key smartphone market will be dominated by iPhone and competing Android devices -- and then there's Apple TV.
The company is working to gain share, building on its strength in the low-end of the mobile phone market.
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