Brexit hits U.S. tech stocks: Alphabet, Apple, HP, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, PayPal, Twilio fall

Many U.S. technology stocks got hit today following the United Kingdom’s Brexit vote to leave the European Union — in line with many financial services companies, foreign stock indexes, commodities, and the British pound getting whopped as well.
Here’s a roundup of tech stocks’ percentage drops:

Adobe: -4.17%
Alphabet: -3.80%
Amazon: -3.10%
AMD: -6.33%
Apple: -2.72%
Box: -1.48%
Cisco: -5.03%
eBay: -6.92%
EMC: -2.05%
Expedia: -7.41%
Facebook: -2.61%
Hortonworks: -7.34%
HP: -5.37%
HPE: -7.68%
IBM: -5.60%
Intel: -4.36%
Lending Club: -6.33%
Microsoft: -4.08%
New Relic: -3.46%
Netflix: -3.48%
NetSuite: -8.45%
Oracle: -3.94%
PayPal: -4.31%
Priceline: -11.37%
Qualcomm: -6.17%
Salesforce: -4.62%
TripAdvisor: -6.23%
Twilio: -8.61% (and after yesterday’s big IPO, at that)
Twitter: -3.58%
Workday: -7.88%
Yahoo: -4.08%
Zendesk: -6.85%

Bloomberg reported that Nasdaq today had its biggest one-day loss since 2011.
So, what to buy? Gold is probably worth a look.
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Brexit hits U.S. tech stocks: Alphabet, Apple, HP, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, PayPal, Twilio fall
Brexit hits U.S. tech stocks: Alphabet, Apple, HP, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, PayPal, Twilio fall



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