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Wall Street expects Starbucks to report earnings of about 55 cents a share on $5.68 billion in revenue, according Thomson Reuters estimates.
GoPro shares were halted after posting devastating quarterly results, and projecting weak fourth-quarter and 2016 guidance.
First Solar reported a 30 percent price drop in solar panels, which has forced it to walk away from some money-losing supply contracts.
Marathon Oil also raised the low end of its full-year exploration and production guidance.
Jim Cramer says he thinks everybody who wants a Fitbit already has one.
The stock was also upgraded by Canaccord Genuity on Thursday, following the company's strong quarterly results.
The company's software and data segment helped drive Square's solid earnings beat as the division's sales grew 140 percent year over year.
Credit Suisse delivered forecast-beating earnings for its third quarter on Thursday, with the Swiss bank noting positive trends in its operations.
Whole Foods Market is growing its new 365 value format and making "tweaks" along the way but says there's a limit to discounting.
Analysts expect the company to report earnings of 24 cents on $3.51 billion in revenue, according to Thomson Reuters estimates.
Facebook reported expectation-beating earnings and revenue, but CFO David Wehner warned that ad revenue growth rates would slow in 2017.
Benno Dorer, Clorox's chairman and CEO, tells "Mad Money" Host Jim Cramer he feels good about the business one quarter into the fiscal year.
One of the main drivers of Facebook's expansion will taper off next year, an executive said.
Fitbit's stock has fallen more than 55 percent since its June 2015 IPO when it opened at $20.
Its fiscal 2017 guidance represents growth between 17 percent and 19 percent on a GAAP basis.
Société Générale posted a 2.4 percent year-on-year slide in third-quarter net income on Thursday to 1.1 billion euros ($1.2 billion).
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