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Qualcomm beat street estimates across the board for its first quarter earnings on Wednesday. But its stock remained nearly unchanged in after hours as investors are still on wait-and-see mode over external issues affecting the company. Here are the most important numbers: Revenue: $6.04 billion vs. $5.93 billion, as expected, according to Thomson Reuters EPS
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AT&T posted fourth-quarter results that bested Wall Street expectations on Wednesday. The company said it saw strong wireless customer growth as well as fewer subscriber cancellations than the Street had projected. AT&T also gave strong guidance for fiscal 2018. The stock rose more than 3 percent in after-hours trade as more than 5 million shares
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Brent Lewin | Bloomberg | Getty Images A Starbucks store in Shenzhen, China. Starbucks‘ strong growth in China will be overshadowed by slowing sales in the U.S., an analyst at Bernstein said Monday. “The business mix is clearly shifting toward China … just not fast enough to offset the US,” analyst Sara Senatore said in
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Getty Images Workers pack and ship customer orders at the 750,000-square-foot Amazon fulfillment center in Romeoville, Illinois. Amazon will be able to compete against Google and Facebook in the internet ad business, according to one Wall Street firm. Citi Research reiterated its buy rating for Amazon shares, predicting strong growth for its internet advertising business.
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Alibaba: The Chinese e-commerce giant will deliver its earnings report on Thursday, and Cramer expects a “total blowout, because they’re the masters of under-promise and over-deliver.” The “Mad Money” host recommended that investors either buy the stock before the quarter drops, or wait for the typical “down leg” in the stock post-earnings. Alphabet: Cramer hoped
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