Morning Buzz: Apple (AAPL), ExOne (XONE), AutoZone (AZO), Credit Suisse (CS), Alphabet (GOOG)

According to a recent report from Digitimes, it has been revealed that component makers in the iPhone supply chain in Taiwan are expecting 15 million Apple (AAPL) 4-inch iPhone SE shipments in 2016.

Shares of Apple are up 0.22% at $106.95 as of this writing.

The ExOne Company (XONE) shares are 9 points to $14.08 in pre-market trading on Wednesday after it reported fiscal results for the fourth quarter.

In its quarterly report, the developer of 3D printing machines said it lost ($0.08) per share, well below the ($0.16) per share analysts were expecting. Revenue rose 2.7% to $16.2 million, above views for $14.89 million.

For FY15, ExOne provided revenue projection of $40 million, compared to the consensus revenue estimate of $39.04 million.

AutoZone, Inc. (AZO) shares are flat to $785.99 in pre-market trading following the company’s repurchase of an additional $750 million of the company’s stock in connection with its ongoing share repurchase program.

Credit Suisse (CS) – Bloomberg reports that Switzerland’s second-biggest bank plans to accelerate and expand cuts to its investment banking business. The Zurich-based lender also might update investors on 1Q16 earnings.

Alphabet (GOOG) – The search giant has scored an important victory in its effort to win corporate clients: Home Depot (HD) has  signed a deal to move some of its data to Google’s cloud.

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