Microsoft shares opened at a record high Friday after the group topped second quarter earnings estimates on the surging strength of its cloud computing business.
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Tech stocks have dominated the U.S. market this year, with the top five S&P 500 companies equal in value to the bottom 282 stocks in the benchmark index, and President Trump's comments on Fed rate hikes could add even more to their 4 trillion-plus in value.
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Global stocks weakened Friday as investors continue to fixate on developments in trade disputes between the U.S. and China and comments from President Donald Trump that could suggest the dollar may by the next weapon in the White House's arsenal in the brewing trade war.
Positive readings from the biotech giant's Alzheimer's drug could drive the stock to as high as $393.
U.S. stock futures are mixed as investors fixate on comments from Donald Trump that could suggest the dollar may by the next weapon in the White House's arsenal in the trade war; Microsoft beats earnings estimates on strength in its cloud computing business; General Electric reports earnings.