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Another busy day on the earnings calendar kept trading erratic again on Thursday, though the S&P 500 and Nasdaq managed to clinch slight gains by the end of the session.
Short-seller Andrew Left says Facebook stock will go lower, though analysts remain bullish on the social media company.
Facebook continued to reap the rewards of its strong quarterly results today.
That sound you hear is jaws dropping because of Facebook's earnings.
Stocks are mixed on Thursday as an earnings miss from Ford clouds a number of better-than-expected quarters from other major companies.
Even killer results from Facebook haven't been able to generate better momentum, and that's a problem.
The short-seller says Facebook stock will go lower, while analysts remain bullish on the social media company.
Even with half of S&P 500 companies having reported, a clear picture of the earnings season remains murky.
Facebook's revenue increased 59% year-over-year, and analysts are saying the platform still has room to grow.
Facebook (FB) stock is trading in the green this afternoon after posting better than expected fiscal 2016 second quarter results.
Facebook reported a remarkable quarter and the stock should be up more, says Jim Cramer
We all know the market setting up for a move, and the longer this range continues, the more anxious we are to anticipate that move.
Stocks fall on Thursday as an earnings miss from Ford and worrying production news from Boeing spreads pessimism.
User growth is one of the areas in which Facebook (FB) outpaced competitors in its 2016 Q2, Bloomberg's Cory Johnson said on Bloomberg TV today.
Facebook (FB) stock is worth $160 a share based on the company's 2018 earnings potential, Jim Cramer says.
U.S. stocks slipped Thursday, following a rise in weekly jobless claims and investors continued to parse upbeat earnings from Facebook.
After Facebook (FB) reported blowout 2016 second quarter earnings yesterday, its Small Business VP discussed how future growth will be driven by video and small business advertising on CNBC today.
Stock futures slip on Thursday as investors digest another wave of earnings reports, primarily dominated by a quarterly beat from Facebook and a miss from Ford.
Managing editor for Recode Ed Lee joined CNBC's 'Squawk Box' this morning to breakdown Facebook's (FB) 2016 second quarter earnings report.
Facebook (FB) stock soared after reporting strong second-quarter earnings yesterday afternoon, prompting one firm to downgrade shares.
Facebook crushes earnings expectations while SABMiller puts a hold on the AB InBev deal.
The social media juggernaut's revenue growth accelerated to 59% annually, in spite of virtually no revenue from Messenger or WhatsApp.
It was another blowout quarter for Facebook and the social media giant is just getting started.
Facebook (FB) smashed earnings expectations--again. Shares are hitting record highs in the pre-market.
A combination of factors should drive the market higher but the computer algos could make it choppy.
Facebook soundly beats second-quarter analysts' estimates; Shell posts a sharp fall in second-quarter profit; U.S. stock futures move higher.