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is compiling all of its earnings news and analyses in one convenient location to make it easier for our readers to see where earnings are headed. We will update this section as soon as earnings reports arrive. To keep track of what's coming, we have a daily earnings

preview as well as a weekly earnings

calendar.

Monday's Earnings

FreeMarkets Posts a Lower-Than-Expected Loss

The online auctioneer reported a first-quarter net loss of $8.4 million, or 24 cents a diluted share.

Texas Instruments Beats Expectations

Earnings rose 69% on the strength of semiconductor sales.

Ford Drives Past Expectations

Net income rose to $2.1 billion and total vehicle sales increased to 1.91 million.

Merrill, Schwab Top Estimates

However, looking ahead, market instability may affect the brokerages' performances.

Kodak Tops Estimates by 2 Cents

Net earnings rose 58%.

Sears Meets Upgraded Expectations

Net income rose 71%.

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Citigroup Leads a Slew of Upbeat Banking Results

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Also Monday

Travelers Property Casualty

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reported first-quarter earnings of 96 cents a share, beating the nine-analyst estimate of 87 cents and up from the year-ago 83-cent profit.

Conseco

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put $11.9 million on reserve to possibly pay back defaults by company executives for their $575.8 million share in bank loans that the company secured in a controversial stock purchasing program,

The Wall Street Journal

reported.

Eli Lilly

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posted first-quarter earnings of 77 cents a share, which included a gain and sale. The report compares to the year-ago 53-cent profit and edges out the 20-analyst estimate of 61 cents a share.

Ford

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reported first-quarter earnings of $1.70 a share, edging out the 14-analyst estimate of a $1.58 profit and up from the year-ago $1.60 a share, which included a gain.

Friday's Earnings

Thursday's Earnings

Wednesday's Earnings

Tuesday's Earnings