Three of the world’s largest companies — Apple Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Alphabet Inc. — reported about $57 billion in combined profit in a record-busting quarter, riding a resurgence in consumer and business spending.
Yet markets responded coolly. In part, investors were skeptical that these companies can continue to post double-digit growth for quarters to come.
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