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The plunge in oil and the strong dollar are the lead factors in determining stocks to buy or short as the fourth quarter earnings reports come out.
Wells Fargo reported a slight increase in quarterly profit as it lent more to commercial and industrial customers.
Goldman Sachs had to write down its loan to Banco Espirito Santo, cutting profit and some bonuses, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
CSX reported a higher profit and said it expected a strong increase in its freight business and double-digit earnings growth during 2015.
British luxury brand Burberry warned on Wednesday that a fall in sales in the key market of Hong Kong could impact its full-year margin.
As big U.S. banks approach earnings this week, they're taking a page from a familiar playbook: Under-promise and over-deliver.
A survey shows that a wide range of parties on Wall Street feel they don't need quarterly earnings guidance.
KB Home on Tuesday reported fiscal fourth-quarter profit had a dramatic rise to $852.8 million.
IHS, the publisher of Jane's Defence Weekly, reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by lower operating expenses.
As it continues to shift its business model, Alcoa delivered fourth-quarter earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations.
Falling oil prices will be a net positive, but the rapid pace of the plunge is setting up a tricky situation for stock pickers, Nuveen's Bob Doll says.
Tiffany cut its guidance after reporting flat global holiday sales, but one pro says that doesn't mean there's trouble in high-end retail.
Lululemon Athletica raised its revenue and profit forecast for the fourth quarter, citing strong holiday season sales.
Tiffany cut its full-year profit outlook, hurt by a stronger U.S. dollar and some weakness in the Americas and Japan.
SanDisk said it expects revenue to be lower than it had forecast, citing weaker-than-expected sales of retail products and NAND storage chips.
The following stocks could give investors a wild ride this month after earnings.
Gap that a key revenue metric rose 3 percent for the holiday period, as surging sales at its Old Navy chain offset sluggish business at Gap.
Synergy Resources reported fiscal first-quarter earnings more than tripled to $21.2 million.
Acuity Brands on Friday reported fiscal first-quarter net income climbed by 16 percent to $51.1 million.
Ruby Tuesday on Thursday said its loss narrowed to $9.3 million in its fiscal second quarter.