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Citigroup reported quarterly earnings on Tuesday that beat expectations.
IBM could face complications because of recently passed tax reform legislation, Bernstein analysts say.
General Motors said it expects earnings in 2018 to be largely flat compared with 2017.
GE said on Tuesday it would record an after-tax charge of $6.2 billion for the fourth quarter related to its finance arm's run-off insurance portfolio.
UnitedHealth, the largest U.S. health insurer, reports profit that more than doubled from a year earlier, driven by a one-time tax benefit.
J.P. Morgan Chase reported its fourth-quarter earnings on Friday.
BlackRock, the largest asset manager in the world, reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings and revenue on Friday.
Wells Fargo was expected to report fourth-quarter earnings of $1.07 per share on revenue of $22.38 billion, according to analysts surveyed by Reuters.
IBM is set to report earnings next week, and one market watcher sees the stock as a value play at current levels.
The latest corporate earnings season is underway and the analysts who track the results think it will be a very good one.
Delta's fourth-quarter profit tops Wall Street's expectations.
Earnings for the S&P 500 are expected to grow 11.8 percent in the fourth quarter, according to Thomson Reuters.
Bank earnings could underwhelm investors, but it won't matter to the market, says veteran analyst Dick Bove.
It is highly likely investors will demand unusually strong earnings beats and guidance to sustain prices.
Homebuilder Lennar on Wednesday reported higher-than-expected quarterly revenue as it sold more homes at higher prices, and said orders rose 11.5 percent.
Target's same-store sales climbed 3.4 percent during the 2017 holiday season, beating expectations.
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