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PNC Financial and US Bancorp report before the opening bell on Wednesday, and by the end of the next week five more regional banks will report.
The four biggest U.S. banks plan to report earnings this week. Here's what the charts tell us about how to trade their shares.
Johnson & Johnson sells its consumer health care products around the world, which is why a strong dollar could end its winning streak of 16 straight quarters beating earnings estimates.
Share-price performance has been strong for Kohl's, Ross Stores and TJX, but technical analysis shows a slowing of momentum and indicates it's time to book profits soon.
General Electric is considered one of the 'Dogs of the Dow' for 2015 and shares are spiking higher on news the conglomerate plans to sell most of its finance unit.
Big box retailers Costco, Target and Wal-Mart set all-time highs in the first quarter and now have mixed performances year-to-date.
Mall anchors Dillards, Nordstrom and Macy’s set all-time intraday highs recently, but the retailers' year-to-date performances have been mixed.
According to technical charts, the stock appears to be overheated.
Alcoa has beaten earnings estimates for four consecutive quarters, but the stock's been in a trough since November, and even a good report may not give it a sustained rebound.
The Bed Bath daily chart has shown price gaps following the last five earnings reports. The retailer reports Wednesday.