Nvidia  (NVDA) posted record quarterly revenue of $2.17 billion in the fourth quarter, up 55% from a year ago and ahead of Wall Street's estimate of $2.11 billion. On the bottom line the chipmaker earned 99 cents a share, topping the consensus forecast of 83 cents.

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