The major Wall Street indices closed mixed Tuesday as divergent corporate earnings dampened existing euphoria around a possible slowdown in rate hikes. The Dow Jones closed him 0.31% higher, while the Nasdaq Composite closed 0.27% lower than him and the S&P 500 also closed slightly in the red. Meanwhile, five of his stocks have caught investors’ attention:
1. Tesla Inc. TSLA: Tesla shares closed slightly green on Tuesday. The company said it will invest more than $3.6 billion to expand its Nevada manufacturing complex with two new factories, Reuters reported.Meanwhile, CEO Elon Musk He testified on Tuesday, saying he expected strong financial support when he tweeted that he would take Tesla private in 2018, but admitted there had been no concrete commitment from future backers. The company is due to release its latest quarterly earnings report on Wednesday.
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2. Amazon.com, Inc. AMZN: Amazon’s shares closed 1.23% lower on Tuesday before falling another 1.32% in long-term trading.the company announced Rx passNew Prime Membership Benefits Amazon pharmacy It provides patients with affordable access to commonly prescribed generic medicines that treat more than 80 common health conditions, according to the release.
3. Microsoft MSFTMore: Microsoft shares fell 0.95% in long-term trading as it closed 0.22% lower on Tuesday and announced quarterly earnings. Microsoft reported second-quarter revenue of $52.7 billion for him, missing Street’s estimate of his $52.97 billion. His second-quarter earnings per share were $2.32, beating Street’s estimate of $2.30.
Four. Cassava Sciences Inc mackerel: Cassava shares closed 19.21% lower on Tuesday. The company reported positive topline results from the Phase 2 trial, Simphiraman oral drug candidate for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, but investors seem disappointed.
Five. Intuitive Surgical Co., Ltd. ISRG: The company’s shares fell 10.08% in extended trading on Tuesday after the company released fourth-quarter results that disappointed the streets. The company’s fourth-quarter earnings were up 7% year over year to his $1.66 billion, below average estimates of his $1.67 billion. Earnings per share he was $1.23, below estimates of $1.25 per share.
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