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Roblox Stock Closes Higher After Falling Due to Results

ROBLOX shares ended the trading round with a 3% gain, reversing initial loss 10% yesterday evening, following the company's release…

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ING’s Results Disappoint After Being Hit by Russia

The Dutch bank ING announced a worse-than-expected net income of 429 million euros ($452 million), which included an increase in…

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CVS Results Beat Expectations in The First Quarter

CVS's Q1 profit beat Wall Street analysts' expectations, and CVS raised its guidance for 2022, as demand for prescriptions other…

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Strong Results at Airbnb During the First Quarter

Airbnb posted better-than-expected Q1 results with an optimistic outlook for the Q2 as the company sees a recovery in the…

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Huge Revenue in Exxon and Chevron but Below Expectations

The two largest US oil companies posted giant revenues in the Q1, but Wall Street analysts noted that ExxonMobil and…

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Amazon Shares Plunge After Slowest Quarterly Revenue Growth

Amazon stock fell 10% during extended trading after the company posted revenue expectations below Wall Street analysts' estimates

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Intel Result Exceed Expectations With Disappointing Guidance

Intel stock plunged 4% during extended trading after the chipmaker posted weaker-than-analysts forecasts for the second fiscal quarter

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McDonald’s Revenue Surges in First Quarter After Price Raise

McDonald's reported better earnings and revenue than analysts' estimates after raising prices in the United States and posting strong global…

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Enphase Energy Expands in Europe as Energy Prices Rise

Invis Energy is preparing to enter the European market after the Russian invasion of Ukraine sent energy prices to record…

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PepsiCo Company Announces First-Quarter Results

PepsiCo revealed quarterly earnings and revenue that were better than Wall Street analysts' expectations, as consumers spend more to buy…

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