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Home Depot earnings report came out and saw mixed results…part of it due to weather. Courtney Reagan explains.
Deere & Company reported weaker-than-expected second quarter earnings on Friday. What factors led to the disappointing results for the tractor maker? Our Morgan Brennan explains.
The world’ largest retailer surpassed Wall Street’s estimates in their quarterly report. Courtney Reagan breaks down all the numbers for us and how Walmart’s strategy is fueling their growth.
Walmart on Thursday reported first-quarter earnings that topped analysts’ expectations despite a recent string of investments weighing on margins.
Cisco came out with a surprising strong earnings report. Our Jon Fortt breaks it all down for us.
Disney reported soaring profits in their earnings which included an increase in their theme park revenue. Julia Boortsin breaks down the numbers for us.
Berkshire Hathaway is sticking with its sizable Apple stake, Warren Buffett said.
“We haven’t changed our [Apple] holdings,” Buffett told CNBC’s Becky Quick on Thursday, on the eve of the kickoff of Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholder meeting in Omaha this weekend.
Apple beats quarterly earnings and revenue while it’s guidance was strong and Wall Street liked what Apple CEO Tim Cook had to say. Josh Lipton has more for us
Earnings season has now hit the half way point. What trends have we been seeing so far? Bob Pisani takes a look.
The busiest week in earnings season is this week. What can we expect with stocks and what are investors keeping their eyes on? Dominic Chu reports on the big week ahead on Wall Street.
Google’s parent company, Alphabet, reported their quarterly earnings as sales came lighter than expected with shares initially sinking. Josh Lipton explains.
With Google’s parent company’s reporting mixed result, what can we expect with the stock going forward? We speak with Brent Thill, a senior technology analyst at Jefferies.
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.