UnitedHealth posted a second-quarter profit that beat Wall Street estimates as it added more members to its health plans.
Financials haven’t had a good month. One strategist is betting on a big bank comeback into year-end.
BlackRock, the largest asset manager in the world, reported on Monday second-quarter earnings and revenue that surpassed analyst expectations.
Wells Fargo is seen boosting earnings after more than a year of scrutiny.
Citigroup reported on Friday second-quarter earnings that beat expectations, while revenue for the period came in slightly below estimates.
JPMorgan beats estimates on higher than expected trading results
Delta Air Lines reported a second-quarter profit that topped expectations
Other airline stocks fell along with American as investors have fretted about how carriers will cope with a surge in gasoline costs.
Earnings season will heat up Friday with quarterly earnings reports from Citigroup, J.P. Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo.
Hilton Capital Management’s Dick Bove expects earnings season to shock financials back into rally mode.
PepsiCo’s North American beverage business has been lagging while its Frito-Lay snacking business continues to be strong
Cheerios cereal maker General Mills reported a 13 percent drop in quarterly profit due to higher input and freight costs.
Lennar reported a 67.4 percent rise in second-quarter revenue, helped by strong housing demand amid an expanding economy and job growth.
Carnival Cruise shares tumbled Monday, taking other cruise line company stocks down as well.
Red Hat beat estimates for its fiscal first quarter, but looking ahead, estimates came in low.
The supermarket operator saw strong earnings after shifting its focus to online grocery and delivery services.
A continued surge in corporate earnings will have only limited benefit for stock prices, according to Goldman Sachs.
Darden Restaurants posted better-than-expected fiscal fourth-quarter earnings and raised its quarterly dividend.
Analysts are optimistic over Micron’s end markets and memory chip pricing for the rest of the year.
Here’s why Wall Street will be watching CarMax earnings on Friday for two themes.
Micron Technology’s third-quarter profit and current-quarter forecasts beat Street’s expectations.
One derivatives expert says the options market is implying a relatively tame move on Kroger’s earnings report.
Oracle stock dropped after the company reported guidance even as the company beat fiscal fourth quarter estimates.
Susquehanna’s Stacey Gilbert says the options market is doing something unusual ahead of Micron’s earnings report.
Adobe stock fell despite coming in above estimates for its fiscal second quarter.
Investors are panicking over H&R Block’s new financial guidance.
Global fund managers poured money into U.S. equities, overweighting American stocks in June for the first time in 15 months.
Shares of Urban Outfitters rose nearly 4 percent after at least four brokerages raised their price targets.
Exxon Mobil is pushing deeper into energy trading, building a global cadre of experienced traders and beefing up risk-management systems to lift profit.
It’s the first earnings report for the company, which went public in March.
Canadian athletic apparel maker Lululemon Athletica posted first-quarter profit that beat expectations on Thursday as revenue jumped 25 percent.
Costco Wholesale reported third-quarter results that topped analysts’ estimates, but price cuts and higher freight costs weighed on its gross margins.
Investors betting on buying in bulk have been rewarded this year, and the upside may continue.
Discount store operator Dollar Tree reported first-quarter same-store sales that missed analysts’ estimates.
Dollar General results missed estimates as the discount store chain faced weaker demand for apparel and home products because of cold weather.
Same-store sales, a key metric used to monitor a retailer’s health, were down 11.9 percent overall.
Box stock dropped after the company disclosed strong earnings for its fiscal first quarter.
Dick’s stopped selling all assault-style rifles after the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, in February.
Michael Kors forecast yearly earnings largely below Wall Street estimates, taking the shine off stronger-than-expected quarterly results.
Shares of shoe retailer Foot Locker surge after the company reports earnings well ahead of Wall Street expectations.
The options market is implying a relatively tame move for Lululemon on next week’s earnings report after a mammoth run.
Autodesk forecast second-quarter profit on Thursday below Wall Street expectations, sending the AutoCAD software maker’s shares down nearly 4 percent.
Earnings fell short of Street expectations.
Analysts are concerned about unhealthy inventories at some stores and a huge footprint still in malls.
Best Buy, the No. 1 U.S. consumer electronics retailer, reported a forecast-beating rise in same-store sales in the first quarter, helped by strong customer demand.
Williams-Sonoma stock is up more than 11 percent in after-hours trading following the report.