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JJ Kinahan, Chief Strategist at TD Ameritrade, says Yum Brands is back "on the right path" after a 9 percent gain in China led by KFC.
Even though 67 percent of S&P companies have beaten analyst expectations, it's still looking like a weak earnings season.
Dutch electronics conglomerate Philips reported a dip in net income on Tuesday, but its CEO was upbeat on Europe's outlook.
Here's what investors should be looking for in this week's round of earnings, says NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari.
Goldman Sachs reported quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations on Thursday.
Chipotle's feeling the food cost pinch too and plans to pass along some of its increased costs to customers soon.
Morgan Stanley delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that surpassed analysts' expectations on Thursday.
GE reported a decline in net income amid lower revenue in its transportation business, yet overall industrial profit rose by 12 percent.
Investors will want to keep a close eye on Netflix's subscribers numbers, when the company releases its quarterly report after the bell on Monday.
PepsiCo on Thursday reported a higher quarterly profit, lifted by sales gains in its snacks business.
DuPont's performance coating business added almost $2 billion to earnings in the year-earlier quarter.
Analysts had expected the company to report earnings excluding items of $6.40 a share on $15.52 billion in revenue.
IBM posted revenue that was below forecasts as weakness in its storage and server businesses continued to offset gains in its software services.
"It looks like it's an operating beat, but they got there probably like no one thought they would," Raymond James analyst Anthony Polini told CNBC.
Yahoo shares, which are down roughly 15 percent since the start of the year, rose about as much as 8 percent in after-hours trading.
Intel posted quarterly earnings Tuesday that edged past expectations, while revenue was slightly below estimates. Shares rose in extended-hours trading.
Swiss bank Credit Suisse on Wednesday reported a 34 percent drop in first-quarter net profit from the same period last year, worse than analysts had expected.
It's been nearly a year since chipmaker Intel named Brian Krzanich as its new CEO, and in that time, the troubles it faces haven't changed.
Coca-Cola reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, as strong sales in China more than offset a drop in Europe and flat volumes in North America.
Johnson & Johnson turned in a solid first quarter Tuesday, topping analysts' profit and revenue estimates and increasing its 2014 earnings forecast by 5 cents a share.
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