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The Microsoft IT Group has opened its books and reported on its business development.

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Microsoft has earned more than expected in your second quarter thanks to the strong cloud business. Nevertheless, the share gave in a first reaction to the figures about 5 percent. Some investors have expected an even stronger growth of the cloud business, analyst Brad Reback of Stifel explained the negative course reaction.

The company from Redmond, a city in the Greater Seattle, reported on Tuesday night after US stock exchanges for the quarter finished in December a net profit of $ 18.8 billion. Compared to the previous year, an increase was 21 percent. For the first time, sales crashed the mark of $ 50 billion, he rose by 20 percent to $ 51.7 billion. Analysts had estimated the result to 17.5 billion dollars and sales to $ 50.7 billion. Earnings per share in the quarter was 2.48 (previous year: 2,03) dollars. The analysts had calculated after a factset consensus with only $ 2.32 per shareholding.

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Revenues related to the Cloud Service Azure rose by 46 percent. While this was less than in the previous two quarters of 50 or 51 percent, analysts, however, had seen Azure sales by only 45.3 percent. Azure has become a larger source of revenue last year than the Windows operating system. The Due to the Corona Crisis Trend to Home Office and Homeschooling had given the cloud computing business from Microsoft additional boost. In the field of video games Microsoft reported sales of 17.47 (previous year: 15.12) billion dollars. According to FACTSET, analysts appreciated the sales of this segment to $ 16.62 billion.

Microsoft had recently explained to be the acquisition of a heavyweight from the video game industry already not want to increase small business in this area. The software line wants to take over Activision Blizzard for $ 68.7 billion in cash. The transaction would be when she succeeds, the largest in its company's history. With Activison Microsoft would expand its business with the game console Xbox and the games like Minecraft and Doom to expand some of the most popular offers on the market, including Call of Duty, World of Warcraft and Candy Crush.

The Microsoft share is significantly deeper at US Stock Exchange NASDAQ and loses 4.24 percent to $ 276.25.

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