But Facebook sees uncertainty ahead And warns that it may not be able to grow is quickly in the second half


A Bloomberg money minute. Wall Street ended the day battered and bruised following its worst sell off since October. And things are no better after the close as disappointing earnings from big technology companies extended the losses in post market action, the Dow Jones industrial Average plunged 634, the S and P 500 fell. 99, the NASDAQ tumbled 3 55. There were lots of iPhone twelves under the tree last Christmas. Apple says quarterly revenue topped $100 billion for the first time, a sales jumped 21% from a year earlier. The company declined to offer a sales outlook for 1/4 consecutive quarter.

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