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Analysts say Yahoo's impending sale will matter more to its stock price than its earnings, which will be reported Monday.
Citigroup reports quarterly earnings and revenue that easily beat analysts' expectations.
Wells Fargo met earnings expectations, but missed slightly on revenue.
"JPMorgan Chase continued to perform well in all of our major businesses," says CEO Jamie Dimon.
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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