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Chipotle Mexican Grill is expected to report its first-quarter results after the bell Tuesday.
Twitter on Tuesday posted mixed quarterly results and gave sales guidance that fell well short of Wall Street's expectations.
The company announced a 10 percent dividend increase and a $50 billion increase to its capital return program.
Shares of Whirlpool were down Tuesday after the company posted a miss on both the top and bottom line.
BP's message to other oil companies in the first quarter was loud and clear, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Penske's stock was on pace for it's best day in more than four years.
Lockheed Martin reported a 15.7 percent rise in sales, helped by the acquisition of Sikorsky Aircraft and higher sales of its F-35 fighter jets.
Diversified manufacturer 3M reported a higher-than-expected 6.6 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by lower costs.
Procter & Gamble reported a better-than-expected rise in quarterly profit, boosted by cost-cutting and higher selling prices.
DuPont's results beat estimates and raised its full-year guidance as it sees lower currency impact than expected.
Eli Lilly reports lower-than-expected earnings due largely to heavy spending on research.
Spirit Airlines reported profit above analysts' estimates, as cheap fuel and revenue from bag and other fees added to its bottom line.
Coach, which has been trying to regain its cachet in the luxury handbag market, reported its first growth in quarterly profit in three years.
KKR reported its second loss in quarterly earnings in less than a year as volatile financial markets dragged on the value of its investments.
Printer and copier maker Xerox reported a 4.2 percent fall in its quarterly revenue, hurt by a strong dollar.
McDonald's is back, and apparently all it took was a few extra Egg McMuffins.
GE's organic revenue fell 1 percent, raising questions about the company's full-year revenue target.
Caterpillar reports earnings that fell short of expectations, and lowers its midpoint 2016 revenue outlook.
American Airlines reported a first-quarter profit on Friday that exceeded analysts' estimates as cheap fuel continued to prop up its bottom line.
AutoNation's Mike Jackson tells CNBC the company missed earnings estimates because of "epic, biblical hail storms" last month in Texas.
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