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Microsoft recently secured a $10 billion Pentagon contract. It beat out cloud computing leader Amazon, which is contesting the results.

Over the past five trading sessions, Microsoft stock has closed in the red—making it very attractive for investors before today's earnings announcement.

On October 22, Slack stock fell 6.9% to end the trading day at $21.03. On the day, the stock hit its all-time low of $20.93 and then recovered slightly.

The race for $1 trillion in market capitalization continues between Apple and Microsoft. On Friday, Apple overtook Microsoft. So what's next?

Microsoft (MSFT) is scheduled to report its earnings for the first quarter of fiscal 2020 after the closing bell on Wednesday.

Microsoft (MSFT) shares have returned 0.5% over the past month. The return shows that the company is outperforming the US software industry's loss of 2.9%.

With Microsoft and Facebook pricing their products aggressively, Slack might face a steep climb. Slack’s premium pricing starts at $6.67 per user per month.

Last week, Microsoft (MSFT) was the stock to watch. Jefferies Group LLC raised the target price for Microsoft shares to $160 this week.

Amazon (AMZN), Apple (AAPL), Microsoft (MSFT), and Alphabet (GOOGL) (GOOG) stocks have risen 0.5%, 4.8%, 0.9%, and 3.7%, respectively, since September 1.

Independent Research has raised its price target on Microsoft (MSFT) stock from $145 to $147. The firm has a “hold” rating on the stock.