Microsoft Q2: You Really Need To Watch This

Jan. 23, 2023 10:06 AM ETMicrosoft Corporation (MSFT)19 Comments
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  • Microsoft Corporation will be reporting its Q2 results after market close tomorrow, 1/24.
  • Its revenue is likely to amount to $51.2 billion.
  • But in addition to the top line, also pay close attention to Microsoft's segment financials, its recurring revenue growth momentum, and its management's revenue outlook.
  • Microsoft stock is not a screaming buy at the time of this writing.

Microsoft headquarter and offices in City Gate Towers in the Northern part of the city

Cristina Ionescu

All eyes will be on Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) when it reports Q2 FY23 results after the market close tomorrow (1/24). The software giant announced a massive tranche of layoffs recently and investors will be anxiously watching to

Cloud revenue by major vendors

Microsoft's recurring vs non-recurring revenue

Microsoft's revenue by segment

Revenue estimates for Microsoft

Microsoft's valuations

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