Facebook FB and Microsoft MSFT Earnings Reports

FB Facebook Inc 1-30-19 Before Earnings

FB Facebook Inc 1-30-19 Before Earnings

Facebook Earnings Preview

Facebook (FB) reports earnings after the bell on Wednesday, January 30th.

2018 was a tough year for Facebook, as it was under heavy scrutiny due to multiple privacy scandals, but things may finally be turning around for the social media giant.

Shares of the stock are up over 12% in the last month, amid multiple reports about Instagram Stories really starting to gain traction as a go to form of advertising.

thestreet.com/facebook-earnings-preview

Facebook Stock: Is All The Bad News Priced In Ahead Of Q4 Results?

It’s been a rocky road in recent months for shareholders of Facebook stock. And current holders who bought the stock on the way down are hoping it goes back up at some point.

Facebook stock has rallied off lows with the S&P 500, but it’s still a broken stock after pulling back nearly 44% off its
high.

Fourth-quarter earnings, due Wednesday after the close, could provide a catalyst, but plenty of questions remain about Facebook’s fundamentals.

investors.com/facebook-stock-Q4-earnings

MSFT Microsoft Corp 1-30-19 Before Earnings

MSFT Microsoft Corp 1-30-19 Before Earnings

Microsoft earnings: How to look for a clue about a cloud downturn

If companies are spending less on cloud data centers, it should show up in Microsoft’s capital expenditures.

The biggest drama in tech earnings so far this season is the possibility that the cloud boom is going bust, especially after Intel Corp. revealed disappointing data center sales last week.

For Microsoft Corp. MSFT, -2.04% , though, the downturn that is expected would likely cause little effect.

marketwatch.com/microsoft-earnings-cloud-business

Stocks inch up before Fed as Apple relief offsets Brexit complications

MILAN (Reuters) – World stocks inched up and the dollar steadied on Wednesday ahead of policy guidance from the U.S. Federal Reserve, with Apple results providing relief while market confidence that a no-deal Brexit can be avoided took a hit.

Goldman Sachs upped its “no-deal” Brexit probability to 15 percent from 10 percent, and cut the chance of Brexit not happening at all to 35 percent from 40 percent.

reuters.com/stocks-fed-apple-brexit

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