Peter Hanks, an anlyst at DailyFX, analyzes what Microsoft's earnings beat means for the future of the stock.
Myles Udland, Brian Sozzi, and Julie Hyman discuss analyst expectations for Alphabet, Microsoft, and Apple as the market waits in anticipation for these tech earnings.
(Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp. reported sales and profit that exceeded analysts’ estimates for a 10th straight quarter, though investor optimism was tempered by concern about slowing growth in the software giant’s Azure cloud-computing business. Shares slipped in late trading.Sales in the fourth quarter, which ended June 30, climbed 21% to $46.2 billion, the Redmond, Washington-based company said Tuesday in a statement. That compared with the $44.3 billion average estimate of analysts polled by