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Sonos released better than expected second quarter earnings after the close Thursday with the momentum of Home Theater smarter speaker Beam leading. $SONO also announced the Google Assistant support launch.

Cloud and file sharing firm Dropbox reported better than expected first quarter earnings after the close Thursday. $DBX was one of the most anticipated IPO's last year. $DBX was trading up 7% after the release.

Transocean, the world’s largest offshore drilling contractor and leading provider of drilling management services reported better than expected first quarter results Monday with a smaller than expected loss and more revenue.

Internet giant Alphabet, owner of Google reported worse than expected first quarter earnings after the market Monday. $GOOGL stock fell over 7% on the release. Q1 included a $1.7 billion (€1.5 billion) fine from the European Commission over anticompetitive advertising. 

Oil giant ExxonMobil reported worse than expected first quarter earnings Friday before the market with higher maintenance hitting refining margins and chemical profits lower.

Global industrial equipment manufacturer Caterpillar reported better than expected first quarter 2019 EPS before the market open Wednesday but warned that China price cutting was hurting despite guiding higher.

Texas Instruments reported better than expected quarter earnings Tuesday but guided lower for the second quarter. $TXN's earnings report ahead of other chipmakers Advanced Micro Devices $AMD, Qualcomm $QCOM and Intel $INTC.

Social media company Twitter reported better than expected first quarter earnings Tuesday beating on revenue and earnings sending the stock up 17% in a short market. Performance was boosted from marked rise in ad engagements and fall in cost per engagement.

Oil and gas servicing giant Halliburton reported better than expected earnings Monday before the market. $HAL followed dissappointing earnings from Schlumberger and ahead of Baker Hughes a GE Co. $HAL said the worst is over for "pricing deterioration."

Sangamo and Pfizer announced their focus on translating genomic medicines using gene therapy for severe hemophilia A has shown promising results. Shares in $SGMO and $PFE reacted positively to the news.

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