Published on November 1, 2022

In Larry Cordisco’s latest CNBC interview, he breaks down the third quarter earnings reports for Alphabet and Microsoft. According to Larry, Google’s results suggest the advertising market is slowing down, and it could also indicate the economy is cooling.

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