Expectations are running high for AMZN's earnings tonight, but the second half of the year could be tough for the Wall Street darling.
The market is showing that Expedia shares aren't ready to go higher now. So take your profits and wait for the results.
The weekly chart for crude oil is negative while those for the two oil giants are overbought. Exxon and Chevron report earnings Friday.
The transportation sector is in correction territory, while UPS knocks on the door of an all-time high. Here's how to trade them.
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Facebook crushes earnings expectations while SABMiller puts a hold on the AB InBev deal.
As some refiners prepare to report earnings, the oil glut continues.
On Thursday, July 28, Alphabet, Amazon and Credit Suisse are scheduled to report quarterly results.
Some industry watchers have been bullish on the sector because the WTI-Brent spread isn't holding up, which is normally seen as a positive.
Alphabet reports earnings late Thursday. Where will its stock go Friday morning? Jim Cramer will be watching.
Ad revenue growth is expected to drive Facebook earnings, which are set for release Wednesday.
When Chevron reports second-quarter earnings on Friday, the oil giant is likely to show its sheer mettle and growth potential in a still struggling energy sector.
The global recovery continues apace, but it is shaky and vulnerable to a multitude of risks. XPO Logistics benefits from the economic recovery, without being overly dependent on it.
Stock market reacts to earnings reports ahead of the FOMC's afternoon announcement.
The social media giant reports earnings today after the market closes. We sort through the hype to tell you what to expect.