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The "Squawk on the Street" crew sift through Facebook's quarterly results which beat expectations despite fallout from the data misuse scandal.
The amount of money chasing stocks is drying up considerably, natural conditions are prevailing, and it is happening on the heels of the most expensive bull market in history.
U.S. equities look set to open higher as Facebook earnings give the market a boost. But there is still cautious sentiment out there.
Wall Street stocks opened higher on Thursday as U.S. bond yields pulled back from the 3 percent level, and a 9 percent jump in Facebook's shares after strong results helped the Nasdaq rise more than 1 ...
U.S. stocks rose in early trading on Thursday, as the latest round of corporate earnings gave further support to equity valuations, particularly in the technology sector, where strong results from Facebook ...
Southwest Airlines says bookings are down since the fatal accident on one of its planes last week. Southwest disclosed the weaker bookings as it reported a 22 percent increase in first-quarter profit, to $463 million. The financial ups and downs, however, were overshadowed by the emergency landing of one of Southwest's planes last week in Philadelphia that killed one passenger when its engine failed.
Nasdaq futures geared for a strong bounce at Thursday's open, with Facebook and chip stocks rising toward early gains.
U.S. stock-index futures traded modestly higher Thursday, with Facebook Inc. buttressing investor sentiment after better-than-expected corporate results. Another deluge of corporate earnings are hitting before the bell, with General Motors dropping after its results. Futures for the Nasdaq-100 index (NQM18.CME) rose 46 points, or 0.7%, to 6,602, buoyed by a solid premarket gain for Facebook Inc. (FB) and other tech giants that reported Wednesday after the close.
Treasury yields pull back early Thursday, threatening to halt a protracted selloff in U.S. government paper that saw yields—which move inversely to price—for the benchmark 10-year break above a psychologically ...