General Mills reported a drop in sales for the fifth straight quarter, hurt mainly by weak demand for its Yoplait yogurt and Progresso soup. » Read More
BlackRock delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that met analysts' expectations on Thursday.
Yum Brands on Wednesday reported second-quarter earnings that beat analyst expectations, but its quarterly revenue came up shy.
Shares of CSX rose more than 3 percent after the company released its second quarter earnings.
Seagate Technology estimated fourth-quarter revenue higher than Wall Street expectations, helped by strong demand for hard-disk drives.
Alcoa beat expectations on the top and the bottom, and its stock popped more than 4 percent.
Walgreens Boots Alliance reported a 2.4 percent rise in sales, helped by demand for Medicare Part D drugs and non-pharmacy products in the U.S.
Pier 1 Imports reported a wider-than-expected loss on Wednesday, pushing shares sharply lower in after-hours trading.
Nike, the sports apparel retailer, beat expected earnings but its stock still dropped.
FedEx reported a loss due to mark-to-market pension adjustments and expenses related to acquiring Dutch package delivery company TNT.
CarMax shares dropped nearly 4 percent on Tuesday after the company posted its first-quarter results.
Canadian Pacific Railway fell more than 2 percent after the company announced weak second-quarter guidance.
United Continental shares climbed more than 3.5 percent on newly released income expectations.
Sales were better than expected as the company booked more cloud software-as-a-service customers and expanded margins.
Pharmacy reimbursement rates challenged Rite Aid earnings in the latest quarter, Chairman and CEO John Standley said, in a statement.
Kroger, the largest U.S. supermarket operator, reported a 9.9 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by lower operating expenses.
H&R Block beat quarterly earnings and revenue estimates and announced a boost in its dividend.
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