U.S. stock index futures were lower Friday following a three-day rally as worries over Europe resurfaced and as investors sifted through another batch of earnings.
Take a look at some of Friday’s morning movers.
Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray analyst, breaks down the better-than-expected Q2 numbers on the tech giant and explains why he has a "buy" rating on the stock and a price target of $730 per share.
Earnings season continues with Google beating, Microsoft topping and Chipotle missing. Kayak prices its IPO above expectations at $26 and new Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer will be well compensated.
General Electric spacer, a bellwether for the global economy, is the big report to watch Friday morning.
Fortune recently hosted a great debate between Peter Thiel, the technology investor and entrepreneur, and Eric Schmidt, the chairman of Google.
“Google could trade up to $625 after these earnings,” says top trader Guy Adami. “But the play is fade the move.”
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday:
The software company reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations, though revenue came in just under expectations. Shares rose after-hours.
Stocks closed higher for a third-straight session in choppy trading Thursday, with the S&P 500 hitting its best level since May.
The Internet giant reported quarterly earnings that beat Wall Street's expectations but revenue fell slightly short. Its shares rose in extended-hours trading.
Darren Chervitx, Jacob Internet Fund has the trade on Google before its earnings, and the best tech trades to make, with the FMHR crew.
U.S. stock index futures pared some of its earlier gains Thursday after the weekly jobless claims rose more than expected and as investors digested a bag of mixed earnings reports.
Jobless claims and increasingly soggy-looking earnings news could set the tone for stocks Thursday, after a two-day rally fueled by the prospect of more Fed easing.
Two big stocks, two bold calls. That describes last Friday’s "Options Action," where the traders got bearish on a financial giant, and bullish on the king of Internet search.
Facebook isn't keeping it's users very satisfied, in fact, they are finding more reasons to (dis) like the social network, according to a recent report.
The "Mad Money" host gives his take on what new Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer may have to offer.
The Internet company beat on earnings but revenue came in light. The results came less than twenty-four hours after naming Google executive Marissa Mayer as its new CEO.
Stocks closed higher in choppy trading Tuesday, wiping out the previous session's declines, thanks to better-than-expected earnings reports and as investors remained hopeful that the central bank may still be open to further easing.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Tuesday: