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Magnificent 7: The Week of May 3 - May 10, 2024

Looking back at the performances this week of the 'Magnificent 7' stocks.

This week's stock market saw significant movements among the 'Magnificent 7', a group of stocks that stood out for their notable performances. From tech giants rebounding to a rare dip in Tesla's share price, investors had plenty to keep their eyes on.

Meta Platforms Inc. Leads the Surge

Meta Platforms Inc. stood out with a remarkable increase, as its stock price surged by $21.11, marking a 4.63% rise to close at $476.69. This impressive gain can be attributed to Meta's latest earnings report, which exceeded analysts' expectations, driven by strong advertising revenue and user growth across its platforms.

NVIDIA Continues Its Upward Trajectory

NVIDIA also had a strong week, with its shares climbing by $16.00, a 1.79% increase, to end at $909.46. The company's continued dominance in the AI and gaming sectors is fueling investor confidence, with many analysts upgrading their price targets following robust quarterly results and promising guidance.

Microsoft and Amazon Show Steady Growth

Microsoft's shares rose by $7.23, or 1.77%, to finish at $414.62. The growth is largely due to the increasing demand for cloud computing services and positive feedback on their recent software updates. Amazon also showed a healthy increase of $3.35, closing at $189.76, up 1.80%. The retail giant's expansion into new markets and strong e-commerce sales were key drivers of this uptick.

Apple's Subtle Climb

Apple's stock experienced a modest rise, increasing by $1.05, which corresponds to a 0.58% gain, ending the week at $183.42. Despite the smaller increase compared to its peers, Apple's steady growth is supported by solid product sales and promising developments in its services sector.

Alphabet Inches Higher

Alphabet Inc., the parent company of Google, saw its stock price increase by $0.57, a 0.34% rise, to close at $169.74. While this was a minor increase, it reflects steady investor confidence in Alphabet's long-term strategy and its ongoing investments in AI and cloud computing.

Tesla Faces a Rare Setback

In contrast to the positive trends seen across most tech giants, Tesla, Inc. faced a downturn, with its stock price falling by $11.81, a decrease of 6.42%, to finish at $172.15. This drop is largely attributed to concerns over production delays and some recent executive departures, which have rattled investor confidence.


This week's 'Magnificent 7' highlighted the dynamic nature of the tech sector, with significant gains for most but a notable dip for Tesla. Investors are closely watching these developments, as they could indicate broader trends in the market. As always, the upcoming week promises more opportunities and challenges for these leading stocks.


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