David Williams, CEO of Williams Capital Advisors, discusses why shares of Google edged up in extended trading after an initial dip on weaker-than-expected fourth quarter revenue.» Read More
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The technology giant reported a higher profit that exceeded what Wall Street was expecting, but the company's shares tumbled in extended trading as its revenue was lighter than forecast.
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The Dow halted a 7-day winning streak on Thursday to end the week down 1%. Financial stocks were down the most among the major S&P 500 sectors, posting a loss of nearly 3%.
Stocks ended the week down 1% as disappointment in earnings and economic news snapped the market's recent winning streak. Bank of America lost 9%. Goldman Sachs rose.
If you read Google's earnings release yesterday, you would have seen this under cash: That the company's cash balance of $30 billion included cash collateral of $2.9 billion that “we received in connection with our securities lending program..." Did they say securities lending program?