Today's a big day for earnings: investors have waited all month on Hertz's restatement, after the company revealed it needed to correct results dating all the way back to 2011. Now, the car rental company is just looking to clear a lowered hurdle of $0.08 cents a share. Bed Bath & Beyond is also looking to shine its image before shareholders, after losing out on public market gains in the new year. And Jim Cramer has a big target on Consolidated Edison shares -- and for good reason, today is the first trading day of summer -- with the stock in the mid $50s, Jim is targeting $63 a share for ConEd stock.

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