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Three key points to watch when Alibaba reports quarterly numbers before Wednesday's stock market open.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is facing some headwinds as it prepares to report earnings ahead of the bell Wednesday, two analysts told CNBC.
Adecco boosted second-quarter net profit 22 percent to 177 million euros ($194.4 million).
Fast casual burger chain Shake Shack also raised guidance and announced a proposed second offering.
Shares of the company fell more than 2 percent in after-hours trading following the earnings announcement.
Value names and off brand retailers may rise above headwinds this earnings season, Dana Telsey said.
Cablevision lost more video subscribers as customers continued to shift to bundled services from telecom carriers and streaming service providers.
Viacom delivered quarterly earnings that matched analysts' expectations on Thursday, but revenue was light.
Fitbit said it sold 4.5 million wearable fitness devices in the quarter, up from 1.72 million in the year-earlier period.
Tesla lowered its guidance for full-year deliveries, but said the Model X is on track.
Keurig Green Mountain expects to reduce its workforce by about 5 percent as the company grapples with declining sales of its brewers and coffee pods.
Herbalife, the embattled nutrition and supplement company, posted higher-than-expected earnings and also raised its guidance for the year.
CBS beat sales and profit expectations, but all its major segments, with the exception of cable, saw revenue declines.
Twenty-First Century Fox posted quarterly earnings that topped estimates but revenue came in below projections.
Time Warner delivered quarterly earnings that surpassed analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
Standard Chartered halved its dividend and said it would raise capital from investors if needed, as new chief executive, Bill Winters, discussed reviving the bank.
Shares in Societe Generale topped European benchmarks on Wednesday rallying as over 8 percent after it posted second quarter earnings that beat analyst expectations.
ING reported second-quarter earnings in line with analysts' expectations, with loans and deposits growing amid a European recovery.
Following the 14-year jail sentence of a former trader for rate-fixing, the chief executive of the LSE Group said that basing indexes on bank-supplied estimates has had its day.
Walt Disney on Tuesday posted earnings that topped Wall Street estimates but revenue that came in below projections.