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Sweden's Volvo named the head of Volkswagen-owned Scania as its chief executive on Wednesday, replacing embattled Olof Persson.
Chipotle Mexican Grill stock fell after it delivered a mixed report on Tuesday.
Yahoo reported a first-quarter miss on earnings and revenue on Tuesday afternoon.
Coca-Cola shares are in a precarious position ahead of earnings, says one market technician.
Amgen's product sales rose 12 percent as the company easily beat Wall Street's first-quarter earnings and revenue estimates.
Yum shares rallied after the restaurant operator topped earnings expectations as comparable sales in China declined less than forecast.
Under Armour reported a drop in quarterly profit, hurt by higher costs related to its recent acquisitions.
DuPont delivered quarterly earnings that topped analysts' expectations, but revenue came in light, hurt by a stronger dollar.
ARM Holdings beat first quarter profit expectations thanks to demand for the iPhone 6.
Software and hardware segments suffered amid currency headwinds, but IBM saw strong growth in cloud computing.
German business software maker SAP reported a 15 percent rise in operating profit helped by a cheap euro.
Solid demand for pay-TV in Britain helped Sky post a 20 percent jump in nine-month profit.
Morgan Stanley reported a much stronger-than-expected rise in quarterly profit, boosted by higher revenue from trading bonds and equities.
Tech earnings kick off in a big way next week.
General Electric delivered quarterly earnings that beat analysts' estimates by a penny a share.
American Express beat Wall Street's first-quarter profit estimate but missed on revenue, posting earnings per share of $1.48.
Citigroup's earnings beat is "the big turnaround story for the large-cap banks," analyst Gerard Cassidy tells CNBC.
Goldman Sachs delivered quarterly earnings that topped analysts' expectations on Thursday.
"We are the most profitable money manager in the world," Blackstone Chairman and CEO Steve Schwarzman tells CNBC.
Money is flowing to asset managers as low interest rates create challenges for investors, BlackRock chief Laurence Fink tells CNBC.