The central bank will describe its plans for the next few months on Wednesday. The odds favor a bland announcement, which should cheer investors.
The shares are up more than 42% since reporting a huge earnings and revenue beat for the 2nd quarter. CEO Zuckerberg's stake has jumped from $13 billion to $18.8 billion.
The rally shows its strength by shrugging off weakness in Japan and worries about next week's Fed meeting. Exxon, Chevron and Whole Foods report results.
The company shows a 22% revenue gain, but it reports a small loss for its second quarter. As always, Amazon's focus is on delivering for customers with a slim profit margin.
The company says mobile advertising grew by more than a third as revenue and earnings jump. The stock tops $30 after hours.
Thanks to strong iPhone sales, earnings top estimates but are down nearly 20% from a year ago. The company promises new products in the fall and 2014.
Shares slump after hours, after the company adds fewer domestic subscribers than expected.
Technology is showing some strains. Netflix and Apple earnings will be very important in the week ahead. It remains to be seen whether rising oil and gas prices will hurt consumer spending.
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