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The three major U.S. stock averages in midday trading Friday recovered some of their losses from earlier in the session.

The S&P 500 dipped 0.4%, The Dow industrials were little changed while  Nasdaq Composite eased just 0.3%

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Amazon.com: Shares fell 3.5% in premarket trading after the mega-cap tech company signaled that the difficult economic environment was hurting its cloud-computing business, which has long been a profit driver.

Alphabet: Google’s parent company said that ad revenue fell in the fourth quarter, marking only the second time ad sales have fallen since Google became a publicly traded company in 2004. Class A shares fell 3.1% before the opening bell.

Apple: Shares wobbled before the opening bell, and recently stood 1.5% lower, after Apple reported its first quarterly revenue decline in nearly four years, as manufacturing disruptions in China curbed its ability to deliver premium iPhones.

Nordstrom: Shares jumped 28% premarket after The Wall Street Journal reported that activist investor Ryan Cohen is amassing a sizable stake in the retailer.


*Cigna, Cboe Global Markets, and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals are among the companies reporting Friday.