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Facebook hit new lows after fund managers at Fidelity Investments reportedly sold their stake, while HP climbed after settling an ongoing litigation with Oracle.
Electronic Arts falls after releasing preliminary first quarter earnings and Google climbs.
Micron shares jump with Apple suppliers, while Facebook hit new lows.
Cirrus Logic's first-quarter earnings and confident outlook for the second-quarter sent shares soaring on Monday.
Oracle's shares dipped following its acquisition of virtualization specialist Xsigo.
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The online retailer forecasts an operating loss in the current three-month period but shares are ticking higher in late trades.
Expanding margins and weathering Europe's economic storm are in focus for Amazon's second-quarter earnings, reported after market close.