Microsoft stock's record run being driven by Office 365 pricing and cloud
Consumers cut back on spending due to unemployment
Eddie Ghabour, Key Advisors Group CEO, and Danielle Shay, Simpler Trading Vice President of Option discuss consumer behavior on ‘Making Money.’
Microsoft shares are experiencing some serious momentum, rising for the third consecutive session Monday to a fresh all-time high.
The stock is now sitting at the highest level since March of 1986, as tracked by Dow Jones Market Data Group, after gaining 37% through Monday, besting both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite, which are up 16% and 19% respectively over the same time period.