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Dow 30 Earnings: General Electric Third-Quarter 2017
General Electric, (GE) an industrial conglomerate in the process of selling off its financial unit in an effort to get back to its industrial roots, has posted third-quarter financials for 2017. The revenue figure beat both our and Wall Street's expectations, but earnings missed the mark by a wide margin, and the full-year bottom-line outlook was trimmed by a substantial amount. Read more
Dow 30 Earnings: Procter and Gamble First Quarter Fiscal 2018
Investors seemed largely unimpressed with Procter & Gamble’s September-quarter financial results, as the stock price was down slightly this morning. Read more
Dow 30 Earnings: Verizon Communications Third Quarter 2017
Shares of Verizon are trading modestly higher on news of the telecommunications giant’s decent third-quarter results. Read more
Dow 30 Earnings: Travelers Cos. Third Quarter 2017
Property/Casualty insurer Travelers (TRV) reported decent results for the September quarter, given the challenges currently facing the P/C insurance market. This year has been one of the most severe hurricane seasons (June 1st through November 30th) on the domestic front in quite some time. Read more
Dow 30 Earnings: American Express Third Quarter 2017
American Express, (AXP) a Dow-30 component and one of the world's largest issuers of credit cards, has reported September-period financial results. For the quarter, revenues of $8.4 billion were nicely ahead of the year-earlier figure ($7.8 billion) and beat our estimate of $8.3 billion. Share net came in at $1.50, which was a nickel better than our expectation and compared favorably with the $1.20 achieved last year. Following the earnings announcement, shares of AXP didn't move much. Read more
Dow 30 Earnings: International Business Machines Third Quarter 2017
International Business Machines (IBM) reports better-than-expected third-quarter results, sending the stock significantly higher. Read more
Dow 30 Earnings: UnitedHealth Group Third Quarter 2017
UnitedHealth Group, (UNH) the nation's largest healthcare insurer, reported third-quarter results that met consensus revenue targets and beat earnings expectations by a handsome margin. Too, management raised its EPS guidance for 2017 and reiterated its outlook for 2018. On the heels of these positives, UNH stock rose to a fresh 52-week high north of the $204 mark, and has since retreated to a quotation just below that level. Still, the stock is up more than 5% on the news. Read more
Dow 30 Earnings: Johnson and Johnson Third Quarter 2017
 Johnson and Johnson’s quarterly report was better-than-expected, prompting investors to purchase shares. Read more
Dow 30 Earnings: Goldman Sachs Third Quarter 2017
Despite a solid third-quarter performance, investors were disappointed with Goldman Sachs’ lower trading revenues. Read more
Dow 30 Earnings: JPMorgan Chase Third Quarter 2017
Shares of JPMorgan Chase, (JPM) which have been trading close to their 12-month high lately, slipped modestly even after the company, one of the largest banks in the United States and a member of the Dow 30, turned in decent September-quarter results. The most recent performance was aided by higher interest rates, a benign credit climate, and the company's ongoing efforts to build up its businesses. All told, September-period reported earnings of $1.76 a share exceeded both the $1.58 logged in the comparable quarter of 2016 and our estimate of $1.65. Revenues increased 3%, year to year, powered mainly by a 10% advance in net interest income that was partly offset by a 4% decline in fee-based revenues. Meanwhile, expenses in the quarter were flattish. Read more
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