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Planet Fitness Earnings Pump Up Stock; Wingstop, Herbalife Fall On Guidance
Planet Fitness reported strong earnings and sees solid 2018 growth. Wingstop and Herbalife topped views but gave weak earnings guidance.
HP Inc. Stock Soars On First-Quarter Beat, Raised Guidance
PC and printer maker HP Inc. saw its shares jump after it reported better-than-expected fiscal first-quarter results.
First Solar Quarterly Results Miss Big On Revenue, Beat On Earnings
First Solar reported fourth-quarter results Thursday that fell far short on revenue expectations but beat on the bottom line.
GoDaddy Quarterly Profit, Revenue Outlook Top Expectations
In the March quarter, GoDaddy forecast revenue of $622.5 million at its midpoint of guidance vs. estimates of $601 million.
HPE Soars On Earnings Beat, Guidance, Bigger Stock Buyback Plan
HPE said it would return $7 billion to shareholders through 2019, including a bigger stock buyback and 50% dividend hike.
Universal Display Beats Fourth-Quarter Views, But Stock Falls On Outlook
OLED technology provider Universal Display posted better-than-expected December-quarter results, but shares fell on disappointing sales guidance for 2018.
Norwegian Cruise CEO Is Getting Bigger Spenders On Board
The cruise industry has long boasted of its value compared to land vacations. But Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings is notably not emphasizing low prices. It is instead working to get passengers to spend
Mnuchin Urges Markets to Shrug Off Tax Cuts, Debt Worries
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin brushed aside signs that investors are nervous about rising prices and criticism that growing debt will harm U.S. economic security.
RBS reports its first profit in a decade, after nearly £60 billion in losses
Royal Bank of Scotland, majority owned by the UK government since the financial crisis, today reported its first annual profit since 2007. The Edinburgh-based lender…
S&P 500, Dow Jones Close Strong; Walmart, Roku Dive, Fed Hawkish: Weekly Review
Stocks rebounded Friday for weekly gains as the S&P 500 and Dow retook their 50-day lines. Walmart plunged on earnings and guidance. Roku dived on its outlook.
Flight Centre Will Eliminate Some Leisure Brands
Australia’s largest travel agent, Flight Centre, is not resting on its laurels after posting record revenues and strong profits. To ensure it stays on track, the group is shedding underperforming
Fiber-Optic Stocks Take Wild Ride On Volatile Market Days
Disappointing guidance from Acacia Communications late Thursday added to Applied Optoelectronics below-the-street March quarter outlook.
Universal Display Stock Falls As OLED Market 'Takes A Breather'
Shares of Universal Display tumbled Friday after the company signaled a slowdown ahead in the transition to organic light-emitting diode displays.
HP Inc. Stock Gets Price-Target Hikes On Beat-And-Raise Report
HP stock surged after the maker of PCs and printers delivered better-than-expected fiscal first-quarter results.
Is This Biotech Hedging Its 2018 Outlook On A Key FDA Approval?
BioMarin dipped Friday after reporting wider-than-expected quarterly losses, but analysts remained bullish on the biotech's chances of gaining approval this year for a rare blood disease drug.
Angry Birds maker craters on bad guidance, losing half its market value
Angry Birds maker Rovio’s stock price cratered after their latest quarterly earnings report painted a dismal future for the game maker. The stock is down 50 percent after the company sent investors a
Warren Buffett's Annual Berkshire Letter: Here's What To Expect
Berkshire Hathaway chief Warren Buffett releases his hotly awaited annual letter to shareholders Saturday.
This Biotech's Outlook Is Feeling The Flu — Is It Just A 'Blip'?
Exact Sciences plunged to a six-month low Friday after first-quarter guidance was dinged by the severe flu season.
Salesforce, Palo Alto Networks Lead These 4 Top Software Stocks With Earnings Due
Salesforce, Palo Alto Networks, Workday and Splunk are top-rated software stocks that held up in the correction and rallied to new highs. All have earnings due.
GE’s Terrible Year Is About to Get Even Worse
A new accounting standard is forcing the conglomerate to restate its earnings for 2016 and 2017.