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Twitter shares rose more than 20% after reporting its second-quarter earnings, while NQ shares rose on a buyout offer and Pitney Bowes shares rose following earnings in line with expectations.
Twitter shares are rising in after-hours trading after the company reported quarterly earnings that were much better than expectations.
Several software companies' share prices jumped on strong quarterly earnings, while Oracle shares rose slightly after cutting CEO Larry Ellison's stock compensation.
Ahead of Twitter's second-quarter earnings release, analysts are largely bullish, and investors are watching several metrics closely, especially user growth.
Trulia shares rose after the company announced it would be acquired by Zillow, while xG shares jumped on a new US Army contract and Ceragon shares fell on disappointing earnings.
Amazon and Pandora shares fall over 10% on disappointing earnings, while Zillow earnings jumped on rumors of an imminent acquisition.
Most analysts remain bullish on Amazon.com despite disappointing second-quarter earnings.
Amazon.com shares plunged in after-hours trading after the company reported second quarter earnings that were worse than expected.
Facebook shares took off on strong earnings, while AT&T shares fell on missed estimates and Nokia shares rose after earnings beat expectations.
Analysts are largely bullish on Microsoft despite the stock remaining relatively flat after reporting its quarterly earnings yesterday.