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BP disappointed analysts on Tuesday morning, reporting lower-than-expected net income in the fourth quarter and annual earnings that dipped to at least a 10-year low.
Hasbro said strong holiday demand for Disney Princess and "Frozen"-related dolls and games helped deliver strong fourth-quarter earnings.
The German lender Deutsche Bank posted a net loss of 1.9 billion euros ($2.05 billion) for its fourth quarter.
Ferrari reported a better-than-expected rise in fourth-quarter adjusted core earnings and gave a strong guidance for 2017.
Facebook reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' estimates on Wednesday, and revenue that topped expectations.
The company said it will restructure in 2017 — a plan that would include a 13 percent reduction in its workforce, affecting 260 employees.
Apple has returned to growth, but its future is less certain than analysts thought.
Persistently low oil prices and weaker profit margins in Exxon's refining business also weighed on earnings for the full year.
Under Armour says CFO Chip Molloy is leaving for personal reasons. It did not elaborate.
MasterCard reported fourth-quarter earnings that topped analysts' expectations by a penny a share on Tuesday.
Shares of UPS were on pace for their worst day since January 2015.
The No. 3 U.S. health insurer's total revenue rose about 5 percent to $15.73 billion but was below expectations.
Nintendo's third-quarter numbers showed Nintendo's foray into mobile gaming with "Pokemon Go" is working, analysts said.
Pfizer reported a 3 percent fall in quarterly revenue, due to a strong dollar and fewer selling days compared to the year-ago quarter.
Coach posted a 17.4 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by strong demand for its handbags in Mainland China and Japan.
Robert Half International reported fourth-quarter earnings per share of 61 cents versus a Thomson Reuters estimate of 64 cents per share.
Chevron reported a second straight quarter of profits, but low oil and gas prices dragged the company to an annual loss.
Starbucks shares fell nearly 3 percent in aftermarket trading on Thursday after the company posted its lowest same-store sales growth since 2009.
Intel reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Thursday, as two of its key segments outstripped Wall Street.
Analysts had expected Company to report earnings of about $9.64 a share on $25.26 billion in revenue, according to Thomson Reuters.
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