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Kevin Giddis, Raymond James, and Dan Veru, Palisade Capital Management, tell investors what they are watching as the second quarter earnings season kicks off with Alcoa after the bell.
Michael Farr, Farr, Miller & Washington, and Christine Short, S&P Capital IQ, provide a preview of this quarter's earnings, beginning with Alcoa results after the bell.
Looking ahead to Alcoa's earnings, and whether the stock is a buy now, with Brian Stutland, Stutland Volatility Group.
Stocks give up early gains from this morning. Dissecting the action, with Amy Wu, RBC Capital Markets; Rebecca Patterson, Bessemer Trust; and Michael Santoli, Yahoo! Finance.
General Mills reported fourth-quarter earnings on Wednesday that met Wall Street expectations, but it gave a forecast for the new fiscal year that was below.
CNBC's Jeff Cox explains why the current earnings season already looks like a train wreck. Nick Raich, The Earnings Scout CEO, shares his outlook, as well.
CNBC's Seema Mody shares a preview of Micron Tech's Q3 earnings before the company reports tonight.
Adobe earnings beat expectations but the company's forecast was to either meet or miss in the current quarter. Still, one analyst said the guidance "continues to be pretty impressive."
Smith & Wesson says it expects Q4 earnings and revenue to beat its previous expectations, and that its board has approved a repurchase of up to $100 million in stock, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton.
Lululemon said its CEO will step down. The news came a few months after the company had to recall one of its yoga pants for being too sheer. The company also beat on earnings.
Tiffany reported higher-than-expected sales for the quarter that included Valentine's Day, helped by gains in all regions and promotions around its 'Great Gatsby' collection.
Meg Whitman, CEO of Hewlett-Packard, shares insight on the firm's corporate earnings and turnaround plan. She tells CNBC's David Faber that revenue growth is possible in fiscal 2014.
While 94 percent of the companies in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index have already reported quarterly earnings, this week remains a key week for the retail industry with 24 retailers reporting earnings—12 of which are S&P 500 components.
Kohl's said on Thursday it expects sales to rebound in the current quarter after bad weather in early spring hurt business at the department store chain.
Wal-Mart Stores's quarterly profit just missed Wall Street expectations on Thursday, with sales down 1.4 percent at its Walmart U.S. stores open at least a year.
Cisco shares jumped after the firm beat on earnings, citing signs of improvement. "I am a little surprised," one trader said, as it was a tough quarter for other networking firms.
Deere reported higher earnings and forecast a record profit for the full year, even as it warned about "global financial pressures" and "adverse weather patterns."
Brian White, Topeka Capital Markets analyst, discusses why he thinks it's going to be a "tough sales quarter and a tough sales outlook" for the tech giant.
Dell earnings are expected to come in below Wall Street's expectations, sources told CNBC. On Tuesday, the company said it will move up its earnings announcement to Thursday.
The tech giant is likely to report below-expected earnings next Thursday, reports CNBC's David Faber.