After Hours

Amazon Smashes Expectations As Cloud Profits Soar; Stock Dips Then Jumps

Amazon has done it again. Moments ago Jeff Bezos' company reported Q2 earnings that blew away expectations, when it printed revenues of $30.4 billion, well above the expected $29.6 billion, up 31% Y/Y, and generating EPS of $1.78 more than 50% higher than the $1.12 expected.

Facebook Soars After Smashing Expectations: The Quarter In Charts

So much for any worries about FANGs rolling over. After yesterday's modest AAPL beat which nonetheless resulted in one of the biggest intraday jumps in its stock in history, moments ago Facebook reported results which simply crushed expectations. The street was expecting $6.01 billion in revenue and EPS of $0.82. Instead it got $6.44 billion - 84% of which came from mobile - and EPS of $0.97 cents.

Netflix Plummets As Growth Story Comes To A Halt: Company Says "We Are Not Growing As Fast As We Would Lke"

While NFLX moments ago reported Q2 EPS of $0.09 that beat expectations $0.03, the reasons the stock is plunging after hours is because it appears that Netflix growth story is officially over, and not just because the company guided far lower on international net additions, but because as the Company itself admitted, "we are growing, but not as fast as we would like or have been. Disrupting a big market can be bumpy, but the opportunity ahead is as big as ever and we continue to improve every aspect of our business"

Seagate Fires 6,500, Or 14% Of Workforce, Stock Soars

The Company announced today an additional restructuring plan for continued consolidation of its global footprint across Asia, EMEA and the Americas. The plan includes reducing the Company’s global headcount by approximately 6,500 employees, or 14% of its global headcount by the end of fiscal year 2017.