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We speak with Dan Morgan, who’s a Portfolio Manager at Synovus Trust, about the latest numbers Apple reported in its quarterly earnings report.
While corporate earnings so far have been a bit better than feared, that’s not been the case for companies that do the majority of their business overseas and are more susceptible to the ongoing tariff battle between the U.S. and China.
From earnings to the Fed to trade and jobs, why the next few days could redefine the market as investors know it. Bob Pisani is at the New York Stock Exchange and gives us a preview of the busy week ahead for Wall Street.
Aditi Roy breaks down the quarterly results of Beyond Meat where the plant based burger company had mixed results.
Twitter topped analysts’ expectations on its latest earnings report thanks to user growth. Julia Boorstin gives us a recap on the social media company’s quarterly results.
McDonald’s reported strong earnings thanks to an increase in global sales. Kate Rogers gives us a recap on the fast food chain’s quarterly results.
Intel surpasses analysts’ estimates thanks to the growth for the demand of data. Jon Fortt has more for us.
Amazon’s record streak ended where the giant online retailer reported mixed results in its latest quarterly earnings. Alphabet, the parent company of Google, however, surpassed Wall Street’s expectations. Deirdre Bosa and Josh Lipton breaks down all the numbers for us.
The auto industry is going through a transition period but how will this affect the major automobile manufacturers’ earnings? Matt Delorenzo, who’s a Senior Managing Editor at Kelley Blue Book, gives us his analysis.
American Airlines skidded more than 5% Thursday after the nation’s largest airline said it took a hit from the prolonged grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX.
Caterpillar is considered a barometer of the global economy and its currently feeling the pain of the slowdown after reporting disappointing earnings. Seema Mody reports.
Facebook reported a revenue increase in its latest earnings report amid increasing regulatory scrutiny. Julia Boorstin reports.
Boeing says it could possibly suspend production of its 737 MAX as the aerospace company posted its largest ever quarterly loss. Phil LeBeau has more for us.
Shares of Caterpillar dropped after the company posted disappointing second-quarter results as higher material costs including tariffs and lower demand in China made a dent in its profit.
Coca-Cola posted better than expected earnings and raised its outlook. Sara Eisen breaks down the quarterly numbers.