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Restaurant Brands International on Monday reported quarterly earnings that fell short of analysts’ expectations as Tim Hortons’ struggles continue.
Both oil giants ExxonMobile & Chevron posted below estimates in their quarterly reports. Dominic Chu breaks down the numbers for us.
Amazon exceeded earnings expectations and saw a big increase in cloud computing growth. Deirdre Bosa explains.
One of the most recognizable Dow components triggered a rough day for the Dow industrials on Wall Street. Bob Pisani is at the New York Stock Exchange with more.
Intel earnings were well below what Wall Street had expected. How are investors reacting to this weak report? Josh Lipton has more.
Microsoft tops revenue estimates in their quarterly results. What was the main factor that led to this? Josh Lipton gives us a breakdown.
Facebook reported quarterly revenue earnings in large part with their Instagram growth and an increase in their ad spending. But, the social media company was hit with some legal woes. Julia Boorstin explains.
Morgan Brennan is at the New York Stock Exchange and gives us a recap on how the construction equipment manufacturer, Caterpillar, reported in their earnings report.
Tiger Woods collected his 15th major win, and his fifth Masters, at the 2019 Masters Tournament on Sunday. The 43-year-old hadn’t won a major championship since 2008, when he triumphed at the U.S. Open.
FedEx is set to report earnings after the bell, and it could be a lifeline to this lagging sector.
Courtney Reagan reports on Home Depot’s disappointing quarterly earnings – and what the results can tell us about the economy as a whole.
Bob Pisani explains the impact that a potential earnings recession would have on markets.
Spending is up at Disney’s parks and resorts, which helped drive the company’s quarterly earnings up. Julia Boorstin reports.
A beat on the top and bottom lines would normally send a stock up, not down.
Consensus earnings growth expectations for the first quarter of 2019 have turned negative, which would mark the first decline since 2016.