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Retail monster Amazon.com reported mixed third quarter earnings Thursday, beating on EPS and missing on revenue. $AMZN cloud division AWS continues to dominate. Since reaching a new ATH of $2, 050.50 and a $1 trillion market cap $AMZN shares have fallen around $400.

FANG member, internet monsters Alphabet, owner of Google reported mixed third quarter earnings, beating EPS but missing on revenue forecasts. Home Hub, recent Google next-generation Pixel smartphones, Pixel 3 and 3XL outlooks are key.

ConocoPhillips reported better than expected third quarter earnings before the market opened Thursday. Houston based $COP is the largest U.S. based independent exploration and production firm based on production volumes. 

Social media company Twitter reported better than expected third quarter earnings Thursday beating on revenue and earnings sending the stock up 14% in a short pre-market.  Concern is about rising traffic aquisition costs and user retention remains however. 

French major Total SA reported third quarter earnings befoe the open Thursday announcing record production and guiding production higher for the third time this year. All $TOT divisions are performing better than expected.

Electric vehicle and storage company Tesla reported better than expected earnings Wednesday with a surprise profit, two weeks earlier than markets expected. $TSLA achieved profitability and announced it's Model 3 was the best selling car in the US in terms of revenue.  

Advanced Micro Devices reported worse than expected earnings after the close Wednesday. $AMD shares fell over 20% premarket, after falling 9.2% before the release The chip maker had been sold off with concerns about cryptocurrency demand falling.

Software giant Microsoft reported better than expected September quarter earnings Wednesday after the close. Cloud offerings, Azure infrastructure services, Office 365 productivity software and Dynamics enterprise software were all ahead of forecasts last quarter. 

Boeing, the world's largest aerospace company reported betetr than expected third quarter earnings and raised guidance before the market open Wednesday. $BA had been benefiting more than most from the Trump Administration.

U.S. Silica Holdings shares were pummeled over 10.5 % after it's third quarter earnings missed expectations. The stocks have been under pressure with frac sand overcapacity concerns and pipeline bottlenecks and budget constraints hurt $SLCA.

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