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Tech Stocks Give A Boost To Wall Street

Tech Stocks Give A Boost To Wall Street

According to Reuters, tech stocks are giving a boost to equity markets on Wall Street.

On the day for Feb.

4th, Google's parent company Alphabet is up about 2-percent after posting their latest quarterly earnings report.

Apple and Microsoft are also trading up over 2.5-percent each.

Gains made by tech stocks gave a jolt to the S&P's technology sector, which rose 1.5-percent.

That helped the S&P 500 gain 12-points, rising half a percent on the day.

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