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U.S. stock futures are rising following earnings reports from tech giants Amazon, Alphabet and Intel and as Wall Street looks ahead to the release of data on U.S. economic growth; Amazon falls after earnings miss forecasts; Alphabet jumps after an earnings beat and the parent of Google says it will buy back $25 billion of stock.
The fact that the stock's running could be because CEO Bob Swann called the bottom in data center spend.
U.S. equity futures bumped higher Friday as investors parsed through some mixed tech sector earnings from last night's session and awaited key second quarter GDP data that could help define the Federal Reserve's thinking as it moves towards next week's rate decision.
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With its 1-day shipping efforts impacting both its top and bottom lines, Amazon beat revenue estimates and issued solid sales guidance, while missing EPS estimates and issuing light profit guidance.
Nothing in Q2 report changes our view on the company or the stock and we would be inclined to view weakness as a potential buying opportunity.
GOOGL cruised past the estimates and management provided enough disclosures around Google Cloud and what's driving YouTube to keep investors happy.
Alphabet doesn't regularly disclose how much its cloud segment is bringing in.
Heavy investment in one-day shipping for Prime members weighed on both Q2 earnings and income guidance for the current quarter.
With good reports from Facebook and others, and the Fed likely to cut rates next week, it looks like we have some strong short-term support.
Despite a weaker economic outlook, mega-cap tech stocks continue to outperform the market this year.
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After Facebook posted a great report yet saw its shares decline in morning trading Thursday, investors may be nervous about how Amazon, Alphabet and others fare after releasing their results.
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Despite strong second quarter numbers, Facebook's rich valuation does not seem to properly discount its risks -- namely, ad growth deceleration and ongoing regulatory scrutiny.
The performance of Amazon's main reporting segments, its margin and spending growth and its commentary about antitrust probes are among the things for investors to watch.
Alphabet's stock has lagged behind other FAANGs this year, thanks in part to weaker-than-expected revenue growth last quarter and its lack of clarity in explaining why.
And as the semiconductor sector continues to shine, Brooks Automation is a name to keep in mind.
U.S. equity futures were little changed Thursday, while global stocks edged higher on bets of near-term support from the world's biggest central banks, as investors prepped for the busiest day of the corporate earnings season on Wall Street.
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Semiconductor strength and Mario Draghi's dovishness could be catalysts that help build on momentum.
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U.S. stock futures are mixed on Thursday, a day after the S&P 500 and Nasdaq reached all-time highs, and ahead of the busiest day so far of the quarterly earnings season; Tesla falls sharply after posting a wider-than-expected loss and announcing its chief technology officer would be stepping down; Facebook's earnings top forecasts as monthly-active users rise; Amazon and Alphabet report earnings Thursday.
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Surging tech shares helped push the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 to record closing highs Wednesday, while the Dow fell on disappointing earnings results from Caterpillar and Boeing.
While regulators would face an uphill fight trying to fully break up tech giants, they could push for the companies to change their business practices in a number of areas.
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