Wall Street is about to embark on one of the busiest weeks of earnings season, and there are several stalwarts about to report that almost always deliver solid results. There are multiple candidates for big one-day positive moves in the coming days. CNBC Pro used earnings data from Bespoke Investment Group to identify the companies reporting in the week ahead that typically top Wall Street expectations and trade higher after their reports. The stocks below have beaten earnings expectations at least 88% of the time, and have an average one-day stock gain of 1% or more following the report. The biggest name on this week's list is Apple , which is set to report Thursday. Historically, the company beats earnings expectation 89% of the time with an average stock gain of 1.2%. Apple, the largest U.S. stock by market cap, has struggled to start 2022 but has held up better than the broader market and its Big Tech peers. However, Apple is not the company reporting next week with the best earnings track record. That honor goes to Teledyne Technologies , which has a perfect record for earnings beats in Bespoke's database and has an average next-day gain of more than 2%. Another standout in the group is payments stock Mastercard . The company has a beat rate of 94% and an average gain of nearly 2%. One key for Mastercard's performance could be management commentary about the recovery in international travel. Visa and Mastercard's "earnings could be materially higher if international tourism were to recover fully," Morgan Stanley said in a note to clients on Jan. 20. "Since 3Q20, the market has had periods of optimism for the return of international tourism, most recently in late July '21 (V and MA were trading at or near all-time highs), before the onset of the Delta and Omicron variants," Mastercard is set to report its earnings Thursday. The first batch of earnings has already seen some big one-day moves. The major banks delivered some divergence, with Wells Fargo rising after its report but JPMorgan sliding 6% on the same day. And Friday saw the most notable move of earnings season so far, with Netflix falling more than 20% after its guidance for subscriber growth came in below expectations. -CNBC's Michael Bloom contributed to this report.
Customers inside an Apple store in New York, Sept. 24, 2021.
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Wall Street is about to embark on one of the busiest weeks of earnings season, and there are several stalwarts about to report that almost always deliver solid results.