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Nvidia’s 265% Revenue Surge Sparks Market Rally

Nvidia’s 265% Revenue Surge Sparks Market Rally

S&P 500 futures rise by 0.75%, with Nasdaq 100 futures seeing a 1.48% gain.
Nvidia’s shares soar 9% post-earnings, with revenue up 265% year-over-year, largely due to AI.
Nikkei 225 hits a new record high, showcasing robust earnings in banking and electronics.

In a dramatic after-hours trading session, Nvidia’s announcement of record-breaking revenue sent its shares skyrocketing by 9%. It is an unmistakable signal of the tech giant’s dominant position in the burgeoning artificial intelligence sector. With a year-over-year revenue increase of an astounding 265%, Nvidia shattered expectations and projected another significant revenue leap for the forthcoming quarter. This optimism isn’t confined to Nvidia alone. It’s a bellwether for the tech industry, particularly for companies entrenched in AI development. Nvidia’s ascent to becoming the fifth-largest U.S. company by market cap underscores the seismic impact AI enthusiasm is having on the market.

Nvidia’s Success Fuels Futures: S&P Up 0.75%, Nasdaq Gains 1.48%

The ripple effect of Nvidia’s success was immediately evident in pre-market activities. S&P 500 futures saw a commendable 0.75% uptick, while the Nasdaq 100 futures outpaced with a 1.48% gain, hinting at a potential rebound from its recent three-day dip. Even the Dow Jones Industrial Average futures slightly increased, adding 47 points. This collective uptrend is a testament to the far-reaching influence of major tech earnings on market sentiment, setting a positive tone for Thursday’s trading session.

Nikkei 225 Sets Record High

Beyond the shores of the U.S., Japan’s Nikkei 225 soared to a new zenith. It marked a significant milestone in its market history by hitting 39,029, eclipsing its previous 1989 record. Banking, electronics, and consumer stocks powered this leap. It reflects broader global optimism in equity markets driven by robust earnings and investor-friendly policies. Meanwhile, investors remain vigilant. Upcoming U.S. economic data on jobless claims and existing home sales should provide further market direction. The earnings calendar is packed with notable names, including Moderna, Builders FirstSource, and Intuit. This promises a day rich in financial discourse and market movements.

The post Nvidia’s 265% Revenue Surge Sparks Market Rally appeared first on FinanceBrokerage.

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