Amazon, Apple, Roku, Intel and More Stock Market Movers Friday

Amazon stock is rising Friday after second-quarter sales at the tech and online retailing giant topped Wall Street estimates.

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Stock futures were trading higher Friday as shares of



rose after the tech giants reported quarterly earnings.

S&P 500

 futures were up 0.8% and 

Dow Jones Industrial Average

 futures gained 0.4%.

Nasdaq Composite

 futures were up 1.2%.

These are some of the stocks making notable moves in the premarket Friday.

(ticker: AMZN) jumped 12.1% after the e-commerce giant reported better-than-expected second-quarter sales of $121.2 billion, up 7% from a year earlier.

iPhone maker


(AAPL) posted better-than-expected sales and profit in its fiscal third quarter. The stock rose 2.4%.


(INTC) plunged 10.6% after the chip maker’s second-quarter earnings fell short of expectations.


(ROKU) shares sank 23% early Friday. The connected-television firm posted a wider loss and a drop in revenue more than Wall Street expected. It also warned that a slowdown in advertising and consumer spending would hurt sales.

Shares of

Exxon Mobil

(XOM) climbed 2.6% after the oil and gas giant reported record quarterly earnings that beat estimates.


(CVX) stock jumped 3.6% after the oil giant posted second-quarter earnings above analysts’ expectations and said it was going to boost its share repurchases.

Procter & Gamble

(PG) fell 3.8%. The maker of Tide detergent reported fiscal fourth-quarter earnings that missed analyst estimates, and issued a forecast for fiscal 2023 that also came up short.


was 0.7% lower after an analyst from J.P. Morgan downgraded the stock to Neutral from Overweight and an analyst at Macquarie lowered its rating to Underperform from Neutral. The broadband internet growth engine showed zero growth in its broadband internet subscriber base in its earnings results.

Shares of  glucose monitoring systems


dropped 13.5% after the company posted earnings and sales misses in its second quarter.

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