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Prudential is lowering earnings estimates on Apple Computer to a first quarter loss per share of 36 cents from a loss of 24 cents. For 2002, Prudential is forecasting earnings per share of 61 cents from 84 cents.
http://cbs.marketwatch.com/tools/quotes/newsarticle.asp?siteid=fool&sid=609&guid=%7BC76C23C9%2D32D2%2D4631%2D8286%2D3568141573A2%7D

BN AMRO said on Wednesday that it had lowered its price target on Apple Computer Inc. (AAPL.O) to $20 from $25, one day after the computer maker said it was ready to launch the new version of its OS X operating system this weekend.
http://tscquote.thestreet.com/BBStory.jhtml?tkr=AAPL&id=116223505&src=REUTERS

Apple's fiscal 2002 earnings per share forecast was cut to
30 cents a share from 55 cents a share, on revenue growth of 5
percent, down from 18 percent.
http://tscquote.thestreet.com/BBStory.jhtml?tkr=AAPL&id=116212413&src=REUTERS

And then there's:
Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal said he is confident that the U.S. economy can withstand "jitters." Talal is one of the world's richest men, with a fortune valued at $20 billion as of May. "The American economy is solid and I am not selling anything. I will not sell any of my shares in any company,' the prince said in a statement to Reuters. He then added, "Years ago, when I placed my confidence and hence my investment dollars in the U.S. stock market, I did not act emotionally." But watching CNBC is one of Talal's passions--it's hard to imagine that pastime isn't upsetting the high-energy investor's stomach a little. U.S. investments in his Kingdom Holding include: $9.65 billion in Citigroup , $1.1 billion in News Corp , $932 million in AOL Time Warner , $534 million in Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts , $314 million in Apple Computer and $300 million in Compaq Computer .
http://biz.yahoo.com/fo/010917/0917faces_1.html

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