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JetBlue Airways on Tuesday reported first-quarter operating revenue of $1.60 billion, versus a consensus analyst expectation of $1.62 billion.
The burger giant reports earnings of $1.47 per share, well above the expected $1.33.
Eli Lilly reported a bigger-than-expected profit as the drugmaker benefited from higher demand for its newer products including diabetes treatment Trulicity.
DuPont, which is merging with Dow Chemical, reported a slightly lower profit, hurt partly by one-time charges associated with their $130 billion merger.
Hasbro reported a 2.2 percent rise in quarterly revenue helped by higher demand for toys based on franchises such as "Nerf" and "Transformers."
General Electric reported earnings of 21 cents a share on revenue of $27.66 billion.
The world's No.1 oilfield services provider, Schlumberger NV, said on Friday its revenue rose for the quarter.
Diversified U.S. manufacturer Honeywell reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit on Friday.
The company reported first-quarter earnings that missed Wall Street's expectation.
Analysts had forecast the payment company to report earnings of 79 cents per share on $4.295 billion in revenue, according to Thomson Reuters consensus estimates.
Verizon reported first-quarter earnings and sales Thursday that missed Street expectations.
Verizon says total revenues for its wireless business fell by 5.1 percent from a year ago.
Property and casualty insurer Travelers reported an 11 percent fall in quarterly profit hurt by higher catastrophe losses and lower underwriting gains.
Shares of Foot Locker popped more than 4 percent as investors focused on CEO Richard Johnson's comments about strong April sales.
Blackstone reported a 165 percent rise in first-quarter earnings on Thursday, as the value of its holdings soared and it cashed out on some of them.
American Express posted a 13 percent fall in first-quarter profit, as it spent more on premium rewards to retain customers.
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