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All eyes were on Google Thursday as the technology giant reported second-quarter earnings. And for good reason. Google is clearly the most important technology company in the world right now.
Earnings from General Electric, Bank of America and Citigroup Friday will determine whether the market keeps the week's winning streak going.
Google quarterly profit beat Wall Street expectations, but its revenue growth was not as stellar as some investors had hoped, sending shares down 2 percent.
Investors are scratching their heads over Friday’s market direction after strong results from IBM suggest one thing but weakness from Google implies another.
The numbers from Google are pretty stellar: the company reported $5.36 a share against the $5.05 consensus. That news came on better than expected revenue of $4.07 billion, versus the $4.05 anticipated.
Stocks closed higher after a staging a late rally triggered partly by positive comments from the economist known as "Doctor Doom."
Russ Koesterich, head of investment strategy at Barclays Global Investors and Jason Trennert, chief investment strategist at Strategas Research Parteners LLC shared their economic outlooks.
After three days of gains, caution has returned to the market after word the government denied aid to lender CIT Group. How should you play banks, now?
Stocks edged lower at the open as the market gave back some of its gains from this week's rally.
Record investment banking numbers at JP Morgan led the company to beat analyst expectations this morning making it the fourth of four Dow components reporting to beat the street. After the bell today, we hear from a fifth Dow component IBM, and fellow tech giant Google. Here are some key stats on the companies...
Stocks edged lower on Thursday as the market gave back some of its gains from this week's rally. Investors weighed a mixed bag of earnings results against jobless claims data. Read and listen to what the experts had to say...
Wall Street was heading for a mixed open, after a steep drop in jobless claims help offset some negative news on earnings.
The first days of earnings season seem to have lit a fire under the stock market, but investors are wondering if this week's rally is for real or just a bunch of smoke.
Google, one of the Street’s most widely owned names, reports earnings Thursday. Considering this was once a $700 stock, how should you play it?
Google continues to be an enigma, making more money than anyone else as a tech company, a media company, a company generating enormous cash flow yet holding onto its wallet in a cost-control way this company has really never seen before.
Both the Dow and S&P powered higher after solid results from Intel reinforced hopes for an economic recovery and a rebound in technology spending.
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It seems investors are growing more bullish on Google ahead of its earnings Thursday. Why the surge in optimism?
Earnings season is in full swing, and Steve Auth, CIO of Global Equities at Federated Investors and Art Hogan, managing director of Jefferies, told CNBC which companies should be on investors' radars.
Stocks turned negative as energy prices continued an aggressive slide and outweighed a surge in banking stocks. Stocks were mixed earlier as banking leaders surged on positive comments from analyst Meredith Whitney but technology stocks slumped amid economic worries. Read and listen to what the experts had to say…