H&R Block shares dropped 12 percent, as the firm reported weaker-than-expected results for its latest quarter due to fewer customers in the U.S. and negative currency impact. » Read More
Abercrombie & Fitch, DSW and G-III Apparel shares tanked after the retailers posted fiscal second-quarter earnings and revenue.
Teen apparel retailer Abercrombie & Fitch's sales dropped for the 14th straight quarter, hurt by lower traffic at its namesake stores.
Ulta gave third-quarter guidance below analyst expectations, despite reporting earnings and sales growth that topped estimates.
American banks spent the second quarter crying all the way to the, well, bank.
Shares of Workday climbed 7 percent after the enterprise software company reported an increase in subscriber revenue.
Tiffany reported an unexpected rise in profit, driven by lower raw material costs, price hikes and high-margin jewelry sales.
Discount retailers Dollar Tree and Dollar General reported lower-than-expected quarterly sales.
Sears posted a net loss and said it accepted debt financing of $300 million from Chief Executive Edward Lampert's hedge fund, ESL Investments.
HP Inc. reported higher-than-expected quarterly revenue and profit as demand recovered for its notebooks.
Shares of Express sink after the company reported weaker-than-expected quarterly sales and earnings.
Intuit shares slipped more than 3 percent Wednesday after the company said it expects a weak first-quarter.
Earnings reports this week from Tiffany and Signet Jewelers should highlight the ongoing difficulties in the jewelry retail space.
Best Buy reported a surprise rise in quarterly comparable-stores sales, helped by strong demand for appliances and consumer electronics.
Toll Brothers reported a rise in revenue for the fourth straight quarter, beating analysts' estimates.
Deere staged a rally Friday after the agricultural machinery giant beat on fiscal third-quarter results and raised guidance.
Cosmetics maker Estee Lauder reported a smaller-than-expected rise in quarterly sales and disappointing guidance.
Get the best of CNBC in your inbox