Twitter posted third quarter earnings of $0.01 a share on revenue of $361 million. Wall Street analysts were looking for earnings of $0.01 on sales of $351 million.
Municipal bond closed-end funds are relatively attractive because investors can buy high quality assets at a discount, said Robert Amodeo, Portfolio Manager at Western Asset Management.
Yahoo! trades at a discount to the sum of its part and should receive a higher valuation considering it is the fourth most popular Web site in the world.
Merck posted third earnings of $0.90 a share on revenue of $10.55 billion.
Wall Streeters tend to go for flash when it comes to ordering whiskey even when its not worth the cash, said Heather Greene, author of 'Whisk(e)y Distilled.'
Strong execution across the board including in Europe enabled Qlik Technologies to beat Wall Street's earnings estimate in the third quarter, said the company's CEO Lars Bjork.
Micron Technology is in a consolidating industry which gives it pricing power, said Jim Cahn, CEO of Wealth Enhancement Group.
Microsoft is thriving under CEO Satya Nadella because he is bringing the focus back to exploration, said Nathan Furr, Co-Author of 'The Innovator's Method'.
It was a big week for Apple, the tech giant reported a blowout fourth quarter in which it beat Wall Street sales and earnings estimates.
Amazon posted a third quarter loss of $0.95 a share on revenue of $20.58 billion. Wall Street analysts were looking for a loss of $0.74 on sales of $20.84 billion.