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I expect that tonight's report and future guidance will roughly be inline or to the high end of expectations.
Facebook, Google and Amazon all reported good numbers for their online ad businesses, as did Twitter and Snap.
While regulators would face an uphill fight trying to fully break up tech giants, they could push for the companies to change their business practices in a number of areas.
Earnings season continues to be upbeat and there are no signs of the economic weakness the bears were looking for.
Here's what Snap has to do to keep the momentum going.
The social media company's stock already has tripled in value since late last year, and a modest correction could be at hand before its shares renew gains.
Shares of the social media company have responded sharply -- usually downward -- to its quarterly reports; what will happen this time?
Also, defense industry names can breathe easier with word of debt ceiling and federal spending deal.
They include sizzling household names -- such as McDonald's and Facebook -- and regional banks -- such as First Commonwealth -- and they are all names to keep an eye on this week as earnings come in.
Regulators worldwide are looking to rein in Alphabet's business model.
Alphabet's troublesome weekend adds anxiety for shareholders.
Shares of the social media concern have doubled in price since the start of the year, and its charts project further gains ahead.
Shares look vulnerable to further declines with significant overhead resistance.
The big names reported this week.
There are several story lines to watch as these companies report earnings.
At a time when chip stocks have done much to price in a second-half recovery, TSMC avoided doing anything to spoil the fun.
Pinterest isn't exactly bringing the power to the people.
The company is a total ROI story, but can it share positive returns with IPO investors?
Should Intel be unable to handle Apple's 5G iPhone needs next year, as some recent reports suggest, count on Apple to find another supplier rather than ship 5G-free iPhones.
The company is still seeing strong revenue growth, and its cost structure gives it a clear path to profitability.