Johnson & Johnson on Tuesday reported third-quarter earnings and revenue that beat expectations, boosted by higher sales of cancer and other prescription drugs, despite multimillion-dollar legal problems from talc and opioids.

Goldman Sachs shares fell Tuesday after the firm reported third-quarter profit below Wall Street expectations.

J.P. Morgan Chase on Tuesday posted profit and record revenue that exceeded expectations on the strength of consumer banking operations that helped the bank mitigate the impact of lower interest rates.

Joining us on the show is David Dietze, President & Chief Investment Strategist at Point View Wealth Management, who gives us his analysis on what investors should be on the lookout for during this Q3 earnings season.

Strong travel demand, particularly from high-paying passengers, boosted Delta Air Lines’ revenue and profits in the third quarter, but costs are on the rise, pressuring the carrier’s stock on Thursday.

Joining on the show is Jeff Saut, a Market Strategist at Capital Wealth Planning, who believes that despite all of the market challenges we are seeing he believes it’s still a bullish market out there.

Kate Rogers gives us a recap on Domino’s earnings and how the company missed on expectations.

Kate Rogers gives us a preview on the much anticipated earnings release from companies in the restaurant sector.

Frank Holland breaks down the strong numbers Pepsi reported in its latest earnings’ quarter.

U.S. vehicle sales for Ford Motor declined 4.9% during the third quarter from a year ago as demand for the company’s best-selling F-Series pickup started to wane, the automaker said Wednesday.

Technology companies, which face some of the biggest tariff impacts, have been slashing expectations for third-quarter earnings at a record pace.

October is traditionally a volatile time of the year for the markets. What can we expect with Q3 earnings? Mark Luschini, Chief Investment Strategist at Janney Montgomery Scott, gives us his perspective.

The 3rd quarter saw trade clashes and recession signals but that didn’t start the market from staying within reach of all-time highs. Bob Pisani is at the New York Stock Exchange with a preview of what October may bring to investors.

Nike’s quarter was better than expected thanks to strong sales in China despite escalating trade tensions. Sara Eisen has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.

Joining us on the show is Mariann Montagne, Portfolio Manager at Gradient Investments, who gives us her analysis on Nike’s strong earnings report.