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Shale oil and gas play Cabot Oil & Gas announced better than expected Q2 earnings Friday but $COG fell over 12% after the company lowered its 2019 production growth estimate to 16%–18% from 20% and raised CAPEX. Lower natural gas prices weighed also.

Social media company Twitter reported better than expected second quarter earnings Friday beating on revenue and earnings sending the stock up 5%. $TWTR reported strong user and advertising revenue growth for the quarter.

Houston based oil refiner Phillips 66 on Friday reported better than expected second quarter earnings shipping higher volumes of crude through its pipelines. $PSX's refining margin shrank 7.4% due to a shortage of low-cost heavy crude,

Retail monster Amazon.com reported mixed second quarter earnings Thursday, beating on revenuebut missing on EPS. The growth in AWS sales fell from 41% in Q1 to first sub-40% growth in five years. $AMZN guided 3Q revenue higher from $66 billion to $70 billion

Internet giant Alphabet, owner of Google reported better than expected second quarter earnings after the market Thursday. Alphabet approved a repurchase of up to an additional $25 billion. $GOOGL stock rose over 8% on the release.

U.S. equity deals rebounded in Q2, highlighted by a surge in IPO activity after IPOs being down by a third for the first six months of the year, to hit a three-year low. US new listings raised $32 billion in the first half of 2019

Electric vehicle and storage company Tesla reported worse than expected earnings Wednesday with a larger loss and lower revenue. $TSLA fell over 10% on the news, however the company reaffirmed full-year delivery guidance, mostly Model 3s.

Social media beast Facebook reported better than expected second quarter earnings after the close Wednesday. $FB also agreed to a $5 billion settlement with the Federal Trade Commission after the 2018 Cambridge Analytica scandal.

Global industrial equipment manufacturer Caterpillar reported worse than expected second quarter 2019 EPS before the market open Wednesday and again warned that China demand was falling and the trade war impacting. $CAT fell 5% on the release.

Motorcycle icon Harley Davidson reported better than expected second quarter earnings Tuesday before the market but with lower profit. $HOG said momentum building internationally and ridership improvement should continue

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