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Market Wrap-up for Apr. 13 - Major Earnings This Week

Jared Cummans Apr 13, 2015

Earnings season kicks into full force this week, as a number of major dividend payers will release results from the first three months of 2015. Here are some of the biggest and most anticipated reports of the upcoming week:

Tuesday

  • CSX Corporation (CSX ): CSX reports after Tuesday’s close and is expected to show EPS of $0.45.
  • Intel Corporation (INTC ): The major chip maker reports after the close and is expected to show EPS of $0.40.
  • JP Morgan Chase (JPM ): Prior to Tuesday’s open, JPM will make its reports where analysts estimate EPS of $1.39.
  • Johnson & Johnson (JNJ ): JNJ is expected to report EPS of $1.52 prior to Tuesday’s open.
  • Wells Fargo (WFC ): WFC reports prior to the open and is expected to show EPS of $0.98

Wednesday

  • Bank of America (BAC ): Prior to Wednesday’s open BAC is expected to report EPS of $0.29.
  • US Bancorp (USB ): Analysts expect to see earnings of $0.76 in USB’s pre-market release.
  • Delta Airlines Liquid error: internal: DAL’s pre-market report is expected to show EPS of $0.44.

Thursday

  • Citigroup (C ): C will report before Thursday’s opening bell and is expected to show EPS of $1.40.
  • Philip Morris International (PM ): Analysts expect to see EPS of $1.02 in PM’s pre-market earnings release.
  • UnitedHealth Group (UNH ): UNH is expected to report EPS of $1.34 prior to Thursday’s open.
  • Goldman Sachs (GS ): GS is expected to report EPS of $4.12 prior to the opening bell.
  • American Express (AXP ): After Thursday’s closing bell, analysts will expect to see EPS of $1.37 from AXP.

Friday

  • General Electric (GE ): GE is expected to report EPS of $0.30 before Friday’s open.
  • Reynolds American Liquid error: internal: Prior to Friday’s opening bell, analysts expect RAI to show EPS of $0.79

The Bottom Line

As always, remember that earnings reports are two pronged: the numbers and the guidance/commentary. Often the latter can outweigh the former so be sure to look beyond the numbers in every report.

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