Following a strong third quarter, estimates for Netflix and Skyworks edged higher for the fourth quarter.
Earnings estimates for companies expected to benefit from the new administration have already started to trend higher.
Investors get an early look at the hard-hit retail space with earnings reports from Kate Spade, Estee Lauder and Weight Watchers.
Etsy, Fitbit and GoPro made the leap from private to publicly listed company in the past two years but are only now reigniting growth.
Estimize contributors have been revising down estimates for Chipotle, Twitter, and Deckers Outdoor earnings.
A key revenue metric for airlines remains a source of concern that will continue to drag on future earnings reports.
Earnings from GE and Honeywell could perpetuate another weak earnings season for industrials or signal the start of a much needed reversal.
Analysts are expecting the semiconductors space to build on its recent success and continue driving shares higher.
Three companies with a precedent of popping on results are scheduled to report earnings after Thursday's closing bell.
Verifone and Box have seen their stocks suffer in 2016, with shares falling at least 5 percent or more since the beginning of the year.
Earnings reports this week from Tiffany and Signet Jewelers should highlight the ongoing difficulties in the jewelry retail space.
The challenge retailers are facing this earnings season is to put to rest claims that consumers have curbed spending.
Beleaguered sporting goods retailers hope to maintain department stores' positive momentum when Dick's Sporting Goods and Foot Locker report.
With no signs of a bounce back any time soon, retail earnings this week are poised to paint an ugly picture.
NVidia, Yelp, SolarCity and Kohl's are among the stocks subject to analyst revisions this week.
Investors are watching for signs that headwinds that hit Expedia earnings will impact TripAdvisor and Priceline results this week.
Etsy, Fitbit, GoDaddy and Party City all have hopes of turning around misfortunes since their IPOs.
The video game industry has drastically changed since its early beginnings with Atari in the 1970s.
Tuesday's results from Panera, McDonald's and Buffalo Wild Wings highlight each category of the restaurant industry.
Earnings expectations have started to trend downward for companies with high exposure to Europe.
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