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Microsoft beat estimates on both earnings and revenue in the fourth quarter of its 2017 fiscal year.
Visa's stock was up 1 percent in after-hours trading after it reported earnings that beat expectations Thursday.
"Our focus continues to be on improving the customer experience, and we won't hesitate to trade off short-term results when necessary," eBay Chief Executive Devin Wenig says.
Property and casualty insurer Travelers reported a 10.4 percent fall in quarterly profit on Thursday.
Buyout firm Blackstone reported slightly lower-than-expected quarterly earnings on Thursday.
American Express reported second-quarter earnings that beat analysts’ expectations Wednesday after the bell.
Qualcomm is in process of finishing a $47 billion deal for NXP Semiconductors while also continuing its legal battle against Apple.
Morgan Stanley reports second quarter earnings that soundly top expectations, helped by profits from its wealth management business.
This is the company's second quarterly report since Dr. David Dao was dragged off an overbooked flight in April.
IBM revenue was down year over year for the 21st consecutive quarter.
Goldman Sachs was expected to post earnings of $3.39 per share on revenue of $7.52 billion, according to analysts polled by Thomson Reuters.
Harley-Davidson on Tuesday cut its full-year motorcycle shipments forecast, underscoring slowing demand as the company's loyal baby boomer customer base ages.
Bank of America, the second-largest U.S. bank by assets under management, posted better-than-expected second-quarter results on Tuesday.
UnitedHealth, the largest U.S. health insurer, reported a 30 percent rise in quarterly profit, driven by growth across its businesses.
Johnson & Johnson raised its full-year profit forecast and reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings, helped by strong demand for its newer products.
CEO Reed Hastings has told CNBC that Amazon is an "awfully scary" foe.
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