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5/5/2022 4:00 AM
and content deals and harvesting the next generation of fans and WWE Superstars. WWE’s Facebook (NASDAQ
4/28/2022 4:29 PM
The major indexes enjoyed a strong rebound of Thursday, with the Dow settling with a more than 614-point gain, nabbing its biggest daily jump since March 9. Meanwhile the Nasdaq added over 3% and the S&P 500 tacked on triple digits to notch, both logging their biggest daily percentage gains since early March as well. Promising earnings reports from several big names including Facebook parent Meta Platforms (FB), provided serious tailwinds for the market, as investors took some respite from
4/28/2022 10:46 AM
Facebook-parent Meta Platforms Inc (NASDAQ:FB) threw its hat into the earnings ring after yesterday's close, reporting better-than-expected first-quarter earnings of $2.72 per share. Daily active users, which declined for the first time ever in the fourth quarter, beat expectations as well, rising to 1.96 billion. On the other hand, the social media mainstay's revenue fell short of Wall Street's forecasts, coming in at $27.91 billion, and the company forecasted lower-than-expected revenue
4/28/2022 9:05 AM
to the same period in 2019. Year-to-date, LUV is up 7.2%. Facebook-parent Meta Platforms
4/28/2022 8:00 AM
A solid result was much needed, and Meta Platforms, Facebook’s (NASDAQ: FB) parent, certainly, been watching closely to see if the likes of Facebook would also defy the current risk-off sentiment, the "Family of Apps" (Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, WhatsApp) rose by 15% year-over-year, -term opportunities and growth that our product roadmap will unlock.” Off The Lows Facebook shares, to be made by investors in the meantime. Looking at the quarter ahead, Facebook is guiding Q2 revenues
 
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