Under Armour says U.S. sales fell 6 percent during the fourth quarter to $965 million, while international sales climbed 28 percent. » Read More
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Skechers stock rocketed higher after giving strong profit guidance for the quarter ahead while reporting better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings Thursday evening. » Read More
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Hasbro's fourth-quarter earnings missed estimates by a wide margin, but investors shrugged off the news, after the company outlined a promising slate of new toys for 2019. » Read More
Expedia boosted fourth-quarter revenue by selling more hotel rooms and airline tickets, but write-downs pushed profit down 69 percent, to $17 million. » Read More
A beat on the top and bottom lines would normally send a stock up, not down.
Consensus earnings growth expectations for the first quarter of 2019 have turned negative, which would mark the first decline since 2016.
Analysts are sticking by Alphabet but want more transparency from the internet giant
Bespoke Investment's Paul Hickey sees stocks rallying amid disappointing guidance as a bullish sign.
Viacom announced another film production deal with Netflix through its Nickelodeon kids division, fleshing out a strategy to produce more shows and movies for others as streaming video giants battle for viewers.
Google continues to grow its "other revenues" segment, which includes its cloud business and hardware sales. But capex grew faster than expected and the company continues to face downward pressure on advertising prices.
BP reported stronger-than-anticipated full-year profits on Tuesday, citing a strong operating performance across all business segments.
Alphabet's costs to doing business have gotten steeper.
Clorox jumped before the bell Monday morning after it reported second-quarter profits that topped Wall Street's expectations.
U.S. companies are beating analysts' expectations this earnings season, but S&P 500 companies are now barely expected to eke out a profit gain for the first quarter of 2019.
Exxon reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations, while revenues fell short of forecasts.
Chevron reported quarterly earnings that slightly beat analysts' expectations, but revenue fell short of forecasts.
General Electric shares soared to their best day in a decade following the Thursday's fourth-quarter earnings report but J.P. Morgan analyst Stephen Tusa remained unconvinced by GE's results.
Amazon reported a beat across the board for its fourth-quarter, but its stock dropped after warning of increased investments.
Symantec shares rose in extended trade after beating profit and revenue estimates in the December quarter and raising guidance on strong enterprise and consumer businesses.
AWS isn't growing as fast as Microsoft Azure, but it still dominates cloud infrastructure and produces most of Amazon's profit.
Merck's cancer immunotherapy Keytruda reported sales that topped $2 billion in a quarter for the first time, exceeding Wall Street's lofty estimates and sending shares up more that 3 percent on Friday.
Concerns of slowing growth could be a focus when Amazon reports its fourth-quarter earnings report Thursday afternoon.
Analysts think Facebook fears were overblown going into this earnings report.
Marlboro-maker Altria reports fourth-quarter financial results that match expectations and gives investors more insight on its new e-cigarette and marijuana investments as its core cigarette business shrinks.