Earnings

United Airlines shares surge after second-quarter profit tops Wall Street estimates.

Julia Boorstin reports the results of Netflix’s second quarter.

The Bank of America cost-cutting machine hummed along for another quarter.

Leslie Picker reports on the earnings from JP Morgan, Wells Fargo and Citibank.

Citigroup shares fell on Friday after the banking giant reported weaker-than-expected quarterly revenue, driven by a decline in corporate lending.

JPMorgan beats estimates on higher than expected trading results.

Kate Rogers reports on McDonald’s better than expected quarterly results.

Julia Boorstin reports on the quarterly earnings for Facebook.

Shares opened at $31.35 after trading as high as $34 in extended hours.

Contessa Brewer reports on the quarterly earnings for Wynn Resorts.

Companies have been crushing earnings so far this quarter, but a strange trend is developing: Those that beat expectations are seeing their stock price fall.

Morgan Stanley posted first-quarter earnings and revenue on Wednesday that beat analyst expectations on strong results in equity trading.

Early earnings season action, with strong results and weak stock performance, show that profits alone won’t drive the market higher. Instead, investors still have to contend with a slew of other issues that could drown out what should be an otherwise robust time for the corporate bottom line.

Corporate profits that are even better than Wall Street anticipates will help steady the recent market volatility and boost share prices, according to J.P. Morgan. Earnings season is getting into full gear and will accelerate this week.

Nike reported stronger than expected earnings after the bell, as the footwear maker said strength in its international markets helped results.