Last quarter, Boeing Co., Facebook Inc. and Tesla Inc. played "Keep My Beer" in the midst of controversy; Three months later, it is time for an update when they work through their problems.
still has his 737 Max fleet on hold after the planes were founded in March after two crashes with less than five months intervals. The aircraft manufacturer emerged ahead of the Q2 report by predicting a hit of $ 5.6 billion from the problem and said the planes would continue to fly before the end of the year before anyone expected.
Full preview: Expect more on 737 Max fallout from Boeing
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ended up with a $ 3 billion hit in their April earnings report pending the Federal Trade Commission record, but admitted that the total could be up to $ 5 billion . According to reports, the fine will end at the high end of these estimates, even though neither Facebook nor the FTC has yet confirmed this number. It can be confirmed when Facebook reports the results for the second quarter Wednesday afternoon, so Facebook may reveal when they expect to swallow the other two billion dollars that Big Tech is preparing to handle more government control.
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After a disappointing first quarter, Tesla
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has already shown much stronger delivery and production figures in the second quarter. However, Tesla is still expected to report a loss for the period, and the electric car manufacturer did not confirm its full-year guidance when she reported deliveries in the second quarter, as it did in its previous delivery report. Investors will look for more information on profitability and demand when CEO Elon Musk takes the stage on Wednesday afternoon.
Full preview: Another quarterly loss is likely for Tesla, but Wall Street hopes demand remained intact
Boeing, Facebook and Tesla will not be alone Wednesday, when the busiest week of the revenue season kicks off equipment.
Also reports Wednesday
• AT&T Inc.
will look ahead to 5G, but investors can see how many video subscribers the company loses – the DirecTV business lost more than 600,000 subscribers in the first quarters, and analysts say that second quarter may be even worse.
• PayPal Holdings Inc.
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has already said that one company in its recent acquisition wave is expected to contribute more to the bottom line than previously expected, and will detail the impact of other businesses it has swallowed while Adapts to life without Chief Operating Officer Bill Ready.
• United Parcel Services Inc.
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announced lots of new initiatives Tuesday afternoon ahead of the revenue report, including the establishment of a new drone subsidiary and matching rival FedEx Corp.
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on Sunday delivery, so expect execs to focus on the new features instead of the second quarter results.
• Dow Jones Industrial Average
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components expected to report: Boeing, Caterpillar Inc.
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• S&P 500 index
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components expected to report: 37, including Ford Motor Co.
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and Xilinx Inc.
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