Analysts expect sales growth of 20% compared to the previous year. It would require a strong performance from Google's massive advertising business.
Google suffered a series of PR snafus at the end of last year that helped push the stocks down. Congress grabbed its CEO over computer security, employees went over sexual harassment scandals and revealed a security bug.
Shares in Google are now trading above their level a year ago.
US Bankruptcy Judge Robert Drain will hold a Monday hearing on Sears's plan to sell his assets, including 425 stores, to his leader Eddie Lampert. It's the only chance to save the positions of up to 45,000 employees in the Sears and Kmart chains and keep the 1
The heat of death bail is against creditors, including suppliers and landlords, who claim that the Company should be shut down and liquidated.
Sears hopes to get a sale approval decision by February 8, and hopes to close the sale by February 19.
The Japanese electronics business reduced operating profit for the current financial year to 385 billion yen ($ 3.5 billion) from 425 billion yen ($ 3.8 billion). It also reported a sharp decline in operating profit in the third quarter.
Panasonic said some of the key companies have been harmed by weaker demand in China. It is said that sales from the industrial business unit are reduced "mainly due to trade friction between the US and China."
Shares in Ryanair ( fell 4% after the airline reported a net loss of $ 19.6 million ($ 22.4 million) for the holiday quarter . )
The airline also announced a change in the corporate structure. Veteran manager Michael O & # 39; Leary becomes CEO, and each of the company's four airlines will have its own CEO.
Monday – Alphabet and Ryanair () earnings; mainland markets are closed all week )
Tuesday – Union state address; Disney 19009006] ) and Electronic Art ( Profit )
Wednesday – GM ( )  Chipotle () Toyota ] ( ) Eli Lilly ( The New York Times and ) Spotify ( earnings; Cayman Alternative Investment Summit Begins )
Thursday – Twitter () Yum! ] Kellogg () Philip Morris International () ( ]] Mattel ] and Dunkin Brands
() Phillips 66 ( earnings )) Hasbro