Let's recap on the earnings that we've gotten this week.
Intel disappointed investors after saying its new 7-nanometer processor is around six months behind schedule. The Santa Clara, Calif., chip giant said it may have to seek outside help to catch up.
Verizon reported better-than-expected second-quarter earnings and sales as stability in its subscriber base linked to people's need to remain connected through the pandemic helped offset a drop in demand for new hardware.
Honeywell posted stronger-than-expected second-quarter earnings but also reporting a significant slump in aerospace sales linked to Boeing's 737 MAX delays and weak demand for commercial aircraft.
This comes after investors heard from Tesla, Microsoft, etc. earlier this week.
Looking ahead to next week, Alphabet, Apple and Starbucks will all be reporting earnings
So, Jeff Marks, senior portfolio analyst with Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS portfolio, weighed in on the earnings he's watching. Marks went day by day to break down the reports he and Cramer's charitable portfolio will be focused on.
Topping off the list? Marks said the team looks to take a sip of Starbucks, which reports Tuesday.
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