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Microsoft Crushes Fourth Quarter Earnings Expectations


Microsoft hit an all-time high of above $108 a share Friday after crushing fourth quarter earnings. The software giant reported earnings of $1.14 per share on revenue of $30.1 billion. Wall Street analysts were expecting earnings of $1.08 a share and revenue of $29.2 billion. According to Business Insider, Microsoft is up nearly 22% in 2018 through this week.

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