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Netflix's faster-than-expected rollout in overseas markets surprised many analysts, who scrambled to raise their price targets on the stock.
TD Ameritrade on Wednesday reported fiscal first-quarter profit of $211 million.
U.S. Bancorp on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter earnings of $1.49 billion.
ASML Holding reported forecast-beating results on the back of stronger-than-expected demand from memory chip makers, sending its shares to a new high.
Fifth Third Bancorp on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter net income of $385 million.
Northern Trust on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter profit of $244 million.
Video streaming company Netflix reported earnings that easily beat expectations on Tuesday, sending shares soaring in after-hours trading.
IBM easily beat earnings expectations on Tuesday, but shares fell as the company handed in a disappointing outlook for 2015.
Morgan Stanley earnings rose as its legal costs fell, outweighing a big drop in revenue from bond, currency, and commodities trading.
Johnson & Johnson reported lower-than-expected sales as a stronger dollar offset higher sales of the Band-Aid maker's new drugs and older treatments.
Regions Financial on Tuesday reported fourth-quarter profit dropped by almost 4 percent to $211 million.
Baker Hughes and Halliburton posted better-than-expected profits, but warned that a drop in drilling due to weak oil prices would hurt results in 2015.
As Netflix prepares to release its Q4 results, analysts point to one particular albatross weighing on the streaming service's shares: user growth.
Delta Air Lines said it lost $712 million last quarter largely due to fuel hedge settlements, although the carrier topped analysts' estimates.
Consumer goods giant Unilever reported lower than expected fourth-quarter underlying sales growth.
The head of Europe's largest software firm SAP said the move into cloud-based software was what investors wanted, despite lowering its profit outlook.
AT&T said that it would be taking a $10 billion charge, but the company said that it would not have an effect on its operating profits.
This just may be the earnings season that we see the impact of the global slowdown, says Michael Yoshikami.
Goldman Sachs topped quarterly results, but an unexpected bout of volatility hit revenue in its business that trades bonds, currencies and commodities.
Intel issued first-quarter guidance that was light of Street expectations, sending shares down more than 2 percent in after-hour trading.