Earnings Earnings Announcements

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • 3 things to watch in Shake Shack's earnings

    CNBC's Landon Dowdy takes a look at Street expectations and what to watch beyond the numbers.

  • 4 stocks, 4 trades: AMBA, AMC, HP, NMBL

    Ambarella cuts guidance, AMC to buy Carmike, HP tops estimates, Nimble shares fall.

  • Facebook among most popular stocks

    CNBC's Eric Chemi explains new data that shows that Facebook is one of the 20 most popular stocks.

  • Meg Whitman on HP outlook, Trump

    Meg Whitman, HP Inc. Chairman and Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO discusses the company's latest quarterly results and growth strategy, as well as her recent comments on why Donald Trump is not a good choice for the Republican nomination.

  • Meg Whitman: Investing in organic innovation is best

    Meg Whitman, HP Inc. Chairman, Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO, discusses the latest quarterly earnings after the HP split, and the growth strategy going forward compared to competitors.

  • Moleskine: Clearly paper isn’t dead

    Moleskine CEO, Arrigo Berni says it’s becoming clearer that what people want are “integrated experiences that blend the physical and the digital.”

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange

    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • March 4- London Stock Exchange Group, which is in talks to merge with Deutsche Boerse to create a pan-European trading house, reported a 31 percent rise in full-year adjusted pre-tax profit on Friday. The company, which owns Borsa Italiana and the London Stock Exchange, said discussions with Deutsche Boerse were ongoing over a potential merger which would...

  • March 4- London Stock Exchange Group, which is in talks to merge with Deutsche Boerse to create a pan-European trading house, reported a 31 percent rise in full-year adjusted pre-tax profit on Friday. The company, which owns Borsa Italiana and the London Stock Exchange, said discussions with Deutsche Boerse were ongoing. LSE and Deutsche Boerse said last week...

  • You have to be optimistic to survive: WPP CEO

    Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, says advertisers have to be "glass half-full", but in reality the world economy's growth is slowing.

  • The ECB needs to do something to reflate the economy, but negative rates aren't it, said David Hussey, Manulife Asset Management's head of Europe equities.

  • Revenue in HPE's enterprise group business, from which it derives more than half of its total revenue, rose about 1 percent to $7.1 billion in the first quarter ended Jan. 31, from a year earlier. The company, which is headed by Margaret Whitman, also maintained its 2016 adjusted profit forecast of $1.85- $1.95 per share. Net earnings fell to $267 million, or 15 cents per...

  • Meg Whitman, Chairman and CEO of Hewlett-Packard at the 2016 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise reported quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations.

  • *Lowers 2016 capex forecast to C $3.5- C $3.9 billion. *Q4 earnings pre share C $0.12 vs C $0.09 forecast. Canada's second-biggest oil and gas producer reported an 89 percent fall in quarterly profit and lowered its estimated 2016 capital spending to between C $3.5 billion and C $3.9 billion, from C $4.5 billion to C $5 billion previously.

  • *Lowers 2016 capex forecast to C $3.5- C $3.9 billion. Canada's second-biggest oil and gas producer reported an 89 percent fall in quarterly profit and lowered its estimated 2016 capital spending to between C $3.5 billion and C $3.9 billion, from C $4.5 billion to C $5 billion previously. The Calgary, Alberta- based company's net earnings fell to C $131 million, or 12...

  • TORONTO, March 3- Canada's main stock index hit a fresh 2016 high on Thursday as energy stocks gained despite a slip in oil prices and financial and mining shares also rose. Among the most influential gainers was Canadian Natural Resources Ltd, which advanced 8.3 percent to C $32.66, even as it cut its 2016 capital expenditure and reported a sharp fall in profit.

  • The company said it now expected 2016 earnings and sales to be toward the middle of its forecast of 10- 50 cents per share on revenue of $2.4 billion- $2.6 billion. Analysts on average were expecting 2016 earnings of 25 cents per share on revenue of $2.48 billion, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Joy Global said it is now targeting more than $100 million in cost...

  • Volkswagen will pay employees a bonus for 2015, despite the scandal over defeat devices.

  • Kroger CFO: We exceeded every metric

    Michael Schlotman, Kroger CFO, breaks down the company's quarter results, which beat on earnings but missed on revenue.