Shares fell 3.9 percent on Tuesday, ending below their 200-day moving average for the first time since March.
Google owner Alphabet Inc on Tuesday beat expectations for third-quarter revenue.
The S&P 500 and Dow hit fresh records as Tuesday’s round of earnings kicked off.
The platforms are woven into the fabric of young people’s lives, often influencing their dress, dance moves and diet.
Both social media platforms said the video, in which the Brazilian president made false claims, violated their policies.
A South Korean court has fined him for his illegal use of a sedative that he said was on a doctor’s prescription.
Shares of the company were up about 2 percent at $336 in volatile extended trading on Monday.
Earnings have been good so far, with most topping analysts’ expectations.
Facebook said it would crack down on such pages, but its promise seems to have had a limited effect.
Tesla’s shares soared past $1,000 on Monday after Hertz car rental company said it placed an order for 100,000 EVs.
Elon Musk’s electric-vehicle company is one step closer to a market valuation of $1 trillion.
Investors are increasingly concerned that the US central bank will raise interest rates sooner than they see coming.
Sales rose 57% to $13.8B while earnings came to $1.86 a share on an adjusted basis, the California-based firm said.
The talks come as internet shoppers increasingly buy items they see on social media sites like TikTok and Instagram.