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Will Microsoft continue to trudge higher when it reports earnings?

Motley Fool Tuesday, 16 July 2019
The software and cloud computing giant has outpaced the market this year. Can it keep up the hectic pace?
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It's official ... We are in the midst of Q2 earnings season. So what should investors expect? Investment Strategist at Edward Jones, Kate Warne, sat down with TheStreet to share her thoughts. Here's an excerpt from the video transcript: "I think overall expectations have been lowered a lot as...

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