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Apple prepares to report fiscal Q4 on Wednesday with the stock near all-time highs amid buzz around the iPhone 11 and the pending launch of Apple TV+.
Two major players in the chip industry—Intel and Advanced Micro Devices—are getting ready to report earnings this week and next as they battle it out in the semiconductor market.
As Amazon and Microsoft prepare to report earnings this week, a regulatory cloud hangs over Amazon even as Microsoft appears to enjoy clear skies.
The semiconductor sector bounced back impressively in the second half of Q2, but Advanced Micro Devices and Nvidia might be under pressure to show strong guidance amid expected revenue declines from a year ago.
Despite a big rally for the sector in June, many analysts expect Technology earnings to drop pretty significantly year-over-year in Q2, a victim in part of tough comparisons to a year ago.
Oracle is set to report fiscal Q4 earnings this Wednesday, and many analysts see various competitive pressures potentially weighing on revenue for the second-straight quarter.
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