It appears that we're off to a different start today than the previous days this week, as the major indices have opened lower. Last night's earnings reports are clearly not being embraced with quite the same buying vigor as we've seen recently. Let's take a look at the names to watch here on the final day of the trading week.

Story Stocks

American Express ( AXP): Shares are down following last night's earnings results.

Microsoft ( MSFT): The company's earnings disappoint investors and the shares are lower.

Bucyrus ( BUCY): Mining equipment supplier shares are higher following earnings report.

Broadcom ( BRCM): Stock is lower despite upbeat guidance.

Capital One ( COF): Stock is lower following second-quarter loss of $276 million.

Chubb ( CB): Stock is higher after the company raises guidance.

Eastman Chemical ( EMN): Shares are higher after company raises guidance.

Juniper Networks ( JNPR): Stock sinks on cautious guidance.

Netflix ( NFLX): Shares are lower despite healthy subscription numbers and raised guidance.

Amazon ( AMZN): Shares are lower after the company fails to raise guidance, which disappoints some investors.

KLA Tencor ( KLAC): Stock is lower following fourth-quarter loss.

SunPower ( SPWRA): Stock is spiking nicely higher on better-than-expected guidance.

CA ( CA): Stock is slightly higher on raised guidance.

Baidu ( BIDU): Shares tick higher following in-line earnings results.

Syngenta ( SYT): Stock drops after the company cuts guidance.

Schlumberger ( SLB): Oil-services giant pulls back on cautious full-year guidance.

Black & Decker ( BDK): Stock is higher as the company remains positive on full-year projections.

Ingersoll-Rand ( IR): Stock is higher after the company raises guidance.

Arch Coal ( ACI): Shares are slightly lower after the company's guidance is in line with estimates.

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