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Lowe’s expects revenue to increase about 5 percent by the end of fiscal 2017.
Wall Street analysts are disappointed with Snap’s third-quarter earnings results.
Chevron on Friday reported earnings of $1.03 per share on revenues of $36.21 billion, both up from last year.
Exxon Mobil reported it earned 93 cents per share on $66.2 billion in revenue, beating estimates on both the top and bottom line.
Amazon will most likely disappoint Wall Street with its fourth-quarter forecast, analysts at Goldman Sachs said. “Investor focus remains on operating income with the view that guidance is likely to fall below sell-side consensus of $1.5bn,” Heath Terry, an analyst at Goldman, said in a note Wednesday. “We expect the company to guide total revenue …
Amid a shrinking market for sugary, carbonated beverages, Coca-Cola delivered earnings on Wednesday that topped estimates on the top and bottom lines, showing its ability to manage industry headwinds by focusing on prices and newer products like Coca-Cola Zero Sugar. Here’s how the company did in the third quarter compared with Wall Street estimates from …
Procter & Gamble’s quarterly report beats estimates on earnings but falls slightly short on sales.
Sue Herera breaks down the latest quarterly results from Dow components United Healthcare, Johnson & Johnson and Goldman Sachs.
Josh Lipton reports on IBM’s stronger-than-expected earnings.
Shares of BlackBerry are up more than 14 percent.
Dominic Chu reports on the one key takeaway from FedEx’s latest quarterly report.
CEO Bob Iger has repeatedly defended the business, previously telling CNBC that the company is “confident in ESPN’s future” and believes “live sports is still a huge driver of consumption.”
Michael Kors recently revealed plans to buy London-based shoemaker Jimmy Choo for $1.2 billion, hoping to grow its luxury portfolio.
Shares of Cal-Maine Foods dove 7 percent on Monday after the company reported its first annual loss in more than ten years.
The drop in revenue came as weakness in GE’s energy connections business offset gains in renewables and power units.