The US tech sector fell sharply during the month of May after U.S. regulators announced they would pursue antitrust action against large technology companies. The big FAMGA, specifically Facebook (ticker: FB), Apple (AAPL), Microsoft (MSFT), Alphabet (GOOGL), and Amazon (AMZN) shares dropped off the cliff. Additionaly, Alphabet (Google’s parent company) is still unable to rise out of the valley as investors continue to worry about the large size of fines that Alphabet will have to pay, and the enormous impact it will have on its operating income.
Alphabet (GOOGL) announced it will use the actively traded company’s chips in its new Stadia cloud-based video-game service. That could make AMD a key player in a fast-growing pastime already drawing millions of daily views.
Microsoft (MSFT) is making serious efforts to enter the world of “cloud computing,” the business of large companies using third-party servers and software instead of running their own data centers. It’s a broad shift that’s been occurring in the world of tech for most of the decade.
We’re talking about digital advertising, a field long dominated by Alphabet (GOOGL) and Facebook (FB). While those two companies control more than half the market, they’ve shown signs of peaking at the very same time AMZN is taking off.
Alibaba has barely been
trading at the NYSE for five years. The company had its IPO on 18th September 2014, and by close of trade, Alibaba had raised US$25 billion. It’s still the world’s highest IPO valuation to date. The next morning, when Alibaba officially started its run in the NYSE, the company was valued at US$231 billion, a figure it has doubled in half a decade. It holds position 9 in the list of the Top 10 global companies by brand value.
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