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Banks start off earnings season by pouring cold water on V-shaped recovery

“I don’t think anybody should leave any bank earnings call this quarter simply feeling like the worst is absolutely behind us and it’s a rosy path ahead,” Citigroup (C) CEO Michael Corbat said this morning as he announced the bank's second quarter earnings. “We don’t want people leaving the call simply thinking the world is […]

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Saturday Night Quarterback says, For the week ahead expect…

...the start of earnings season on Tuesday, July 14 when JPMorgan Chase (JPM) kicks off second quarter reports. The most important event of the week, I'd argue, however, is the Netflix (NFLX) earnings report after the close on Thursday, July 16. That report and the reaction to it will set the tone for earnings reports […]

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Looking ahead to a very disappointing and very messy second quarter earnings season

It's not too early to look ahead--with some trepidation--to the second quarter earnings season that begins with the report from JP Morgan Chase (JPM) about a month from now on July 14. "Trepidation" because Wall Street analysts have been cutting their earnings estimates for companies in the Standard & Poor 500 for the quarter with […]

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Saturday Night Quarterback (on a Sunday) says, For the week ahead expect…

... Friday's report on job losses in the U.S. economy for April to be the big news of the week. The Labor Department’s April employment report is expected to show a 21 million jobs plunge in payrolls for the month. That's the biggest month drop since the start of records in 1939. The U.S. headline […]

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Saturday Night Quarterback says, For the week ahead expect…

... earnings drama. The week features reports from Amazon (AMZN), Apple (AAPL), Alphabet (GOOG), Facebook (FB), Microsoft (MSFT), ExxonMobil (XOM) General Electric (GE), Caterpillar (CAT), Ford (F), Tesla (TSLA), Starbucks (SBUX), McDonald's (MCD), Pfizer, and Gilead Sciences (GILD). Alphabet is scheduled to report on Tuesday, April 28. The company and Wall Street analysts have been […]

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Saturday Night Quarterback says, For the week ahead expect…

... earnings season to shift into second gear with reports from IBM, Intel, Procter & Gamble, Delta, and Netflix. IBM (IBM) kicks off the week with its report on Monday after the market close. IMB isn't the market mover that it once was but it is the first major tech company to report and it […]

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The deluge of cuts to earnings estimates has started–but Wall Street remains optimistic–perhaps too optimistic–on Q1 estimates

I opened my online brokerage account yesterday to see an endless stream of news briefs about Wall Street analyst cuts to earnings estimates for the first quarter earnings season that begins next week with earnings from JPMorgan Chase (JPM) and Wells Fargo (WFC) on Tuesday morning before the New York open. The flood of estimate […]

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Watch out for a wild Thursday (and maybe even Wednesday)

The U.S. stock markets are closed on Friday, April 10, for Good Friday. That sets up a short week and a long weekend--which would be likely to produce higher than normal volume and volatility on Thursday anyway as traders and investors bought and sold to position themselves for the uncertainty of three days without being […]

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Saturday Night Quarterback says, For the week ahead expect…

... what I'd call a pre-earnings season week of positioning. Traders and investors will be looking to get ahead of the first quarter earnings reports that begin next week with the big banks. And even more importantly they will be trying to get ahead of the guidance for the second quarter that will come along […]

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Walgreens latest stock to punch holes in a coronavirus revenue growth story

The theory was that Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) would actually benefit from the coronavirus pandemic as consumers stocked up at the drugstore chain in preparation for the coronavirus shelter-in-place orders now becoming common in the United States and Europe. But today, April 2, the company reported a steep drop in U.S. same-store sales dating from […]

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