Even Amazon’s massive profits couldn’t calm the markets down this morning

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Investors awoke to news that Amazon shares had climbed 2% in premarket trading just one day after the giant reported blowout quarterly results. But even all of that good news wasn’t enough.

U.S. stock futures fell this morning, and the data drop from the government’s 8:30 a.m. ET March personal income data is on everyone’s radar.

Because after the latest round of stimulus, income should have gone upwards of 20% last month.

With one day left in April, the Nasdaq and S&P 500 were up more than 6% for the month. The Dow’s monthly gain was a little more than half that.

And while Amazon had some great news in the realm of earning, Twitter wasn’t nearly as fortunate.

Find out why Twitter’s not having such a great day and why the Apple Store may have a new headache ahead in the EU. 

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Joe Biden delivers a speech to a Joint Session of Congress, April 28, 2021

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Senator Ted Cruz caught some flak for falling asleep during Biden’s boring address to Congress. But it turns out that he wasn’t the only one….

“I’ve got to tell you, most of the folks that I’ve spoken to here did not actually watch Joe Biden’s address last night,” Thompson told MSNBC anchor Hallie Jackson. “I’ve spoken to around a dozen folks and only two of them watched and listened to what he had to say last night.”

“Yeah, we’re seeing some of what Priscilla touched on there,” Barber responded. “About two-thirds of the people who we have tried to talk to here said they did not watch the president’s address — not necessarily because they were boycotting it or intentionally not watching it, they just went to bed, they had to work, they had other things. This wasn’t top of their to-do list, though many said they plan to catch up on it sometime today.”

For a President who claims the largest number of votes in recorded American history, something just isn’t adding up.

Nielsen reported yesterday that just 22.6 million viewers tuned in Wednesday.

Here’s how that stacked up to both Obama and Donald Trump.

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