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Home Depot reports quarterly earnings that beat expectations but sales fell short due to the timing for an ongoing investment plan.
Walmart is taking market share from competitors as it pushes further into the one thing everybody needs: food. Courtney Reagan has more for us.
Joining us on the show is Charlie O’Shea, Retail Analyst at Moody’s, who gives us his perspective on Walmart’s strong earnings report.
Walmart just proved it’s a grocery powerhouse. And it still has plenty of room to run.
The big-box retailer’s strong food business has been a key factor to recent sales gains, and this latest quarter, reported Thursday, was no different.
Josh Lipton gives us a breakdown on Cisco’s latest earnings quarterly report which saw a weak revenue guidance.
Joining us on the show is Brad McMillan, CIO at the Commonwealth Financial Network, to talk about the recent turnaround events in the industrial sector.
Joining us on the show is Matt Maley, Chief Market Strategist at Miller Tabak, who gives us is analysis on what he has seen so far during this earnings season.
Disney fires on all cylinders in its latest quarter and with its streaming service coming soon can the company continue its strong run? Julia Boorstin has more for us.
Joining us on the show is Dave Heger, a Senior Media Analyst at Edward Jones, who gives us his analysis on Disney’s latest quarterly results.
Phil LeBeau reports why Toyota is not cutting its profit outlook and how the automaker topped its latest quarterly results.
Apparel and shoe company Under Armour confirms a probe into its accounting practices while facing a lot of questions and offering a few answers. Courtney Reagan reports.
Under Armour on Monday reported quarterly earnings and sales that topped analysts’ estimates, but the company trimmed its revenue outlook for the full year, citing “traffic challenges.”
Joining us on the show is Daniel Flax, a Senior Research Analyst at Neuberger Berman, to talk more about the latest results from Apple’s earnings report.