The 5 Earnings Reports Everyone Should Know About This Week: StockTwits

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- More than 100 companies report earnings this week and it's going to be monumental for U.S. markets. The S&P 500, Nasdaq Composite and Dow Jones Industrial Average are all red year-to-date. A streak of strong earnings, however, could totally change that. So what big companies report earnings this week? We've listed 5 of them below, and with each one is unique message that was shared on StockTwits.

1.) The soft drink giant Coca-Cola (KO) reports earnings before the market open on Tuesday:

Coke in the AM. Track record is iffy. 3 meets in a row. Shares have stagnated. $KO http://stks.co/e0RKs

- Tracey Ryniec (@TraceyRyniec) Apr. 14 at 03:11 PM

2.) And so does Johnson & Johnson (JNJ):

Buy Side Expecting More Earnings Growth from Johnson & Johnson $JNJ http://stks.co/s0CxB

- Estimize (@Estimize) Apr. 14 at 01:12 PM

3.) On Wednesday, Bank of America (BAC) reports earnings before the market open:

Between 1Q10 and 1Q13, $BAC closed down on earnings day 11 out of 13 times. For the last 3 quarters though, BAC has closed up +2%.

- TradingTheDate (@DateTrader) Apr. 14 at 02:49 AM

4.) After the market closes on Wednesday, the Internet behemoth Google (GOOG) is scheduled to post earnings:

Week in Review #6: $GOOG - Risk Explodes to Multi-year Highs; Earnings Aren't Just About a Single Company Anymore. http://stks.co/d0QsM

- Ophir Gottlieb (@Ophir_Gottlieb) Apr. 13 at 12:32 PM

5.) On Thursday, before the market open, the massive conglomerate General Electric (GE) will post earnings:

General Electric now yields 3.44% and they'll probably raise their dividend at the end of the year. $GE

- Eddy Elfenbein (@EddyElfenbein) Apr. 14 at 10:19 AM

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