Twitter to Sell IPO; Tech Corporations Lead the Way


After a good start in the morning session, the day capped off with S&P finishing at another new record high. These good numbers are largely due to some big earnings by U.S. tech companies. Microsoft (MSFT) posted a 5.96% increase on the day. The euro fell from a two year-high today in relation to the U.S. dollar; however the change was relatively small. Some analysts are forecasting this to only be a temporary drop and predict that the euro could rise up to $1.40 against the USD in the coming weeks. Twitter has been in the news a lot today since they are in talks to come to Wall Street as early as Monday of next week.
Twitter also released that they will sell their shares between $17 and $20, and they plan on selling upwards of 70 million shares. The Fed is putting in a lot of effort to keep interest rates low, and are buying approximately $85 billion worth of U.S. government and other bonds. Also, most companies are revealing the good news that their 3Q earnings have been beating analysts' estimates.

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Published on Oct 25, 2013
By InvestorGuide Staff

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