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U.S. oil producer ConocoPhillips reported a smaller quarterly loss as it cut production and operating expenses.
Bristol-Myers Squibb raised its 2016 profit forecast after surprisingly strong quarterly sales for a handful of its other leading prescription drugs.
Dow Chemical's profit beat estimates as the company gained from its focus on consumer markets such as automotive and electronics.
Blackstone posted stronger-than-expected third-quarter earnings as rebounding oil prices and a firm U.S. stock market bolstered returns.
The electric automaker shares popped after it posted a surprise earnings beat.
Embattled bank announces third-quarter net income hit 278 million euros, which compares favorably to a 6 billion euro loss this time last year.
Statoil has been slashing investments, jobs and projects to cope with a 56 percent decline in the price of crude.
Volkswagen has raised its guidance for group revenue this year and is targeting slightly higher profitability after posting higher autos sales in the third quarter.
Statutory group profit before tax at £837 million - beating estimates for £811 million but below the £1.27 billion reported in the last quarter.
Samsung Electronics reported operating profit of $4.5 billion after its components business helped offset the hit to the mobile unit.
Tech giants Alphabet and Amazon are set to report earnings after Thursday's bell, and traders expect to see some big-money moves on the events.
Cramer says analysts were "dripping with contempt" for CEO Tim Cook during Apple's earnings conference call on Tuesday.
Shareholders and Wall Streeters are split on Apple's recent earnings report. Here's why, according to two analysts.
Shares of global tech company NCR soared more than 14 percent Wednesday, lifted by a better-than-expected earnings report.
Edwards Lifesciences shares plunged on Wednesday after the company missed third-quarter sales estimates.
One trader is betting on an Alibaba rally after the Chinese online retailer reports earnings.
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