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JPMorgan Chase – The bank reported quarterly earnings of $ 2.68 per share, 23 cents per share above estimates. Revenues also beat Wall Street forecasts, helped by growth in mortgages, auto loans and credit cards.
BlackRock – The management company estimated 19 cents per share, with quarterly earnings of $ 7.15 per share. Revenues were mainly in line with analyst forecasts. However, profits fell off a year ago, when investors moved money into fixed income funds and other less profitable accounts.
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Goldman Sachs – Goldman reported a quarterly earnings of $ 4.79 per share, $ 0.10 per share below estimates. Revenues were mainly in line with expectations.
UnitedHealth – UnitedHealth reported an adjusted quarterly earnings of $ 3.88 per share, beating the consensus by 13 cents per share. Revenues also surpassed forecasts. The company had higher revenues both in its core health insurance business, as well as in its management of pharmacy benefits. The company also raised its full-year forecast.
Walmart – The retailer has begun its "InHome" service that delivers groceries directly into a customer's refrigerator. The service, first announced in June, starts in three areas – Kansas City, Pittsburgh and Vero Beach, Florida.
Southwest Airlines – Southwest pilots predict Boeing's 737 Max jet will not return to service until February. Boeing is still aiming for a return in the fourth quarter, and the Southwest – along with United and American – estimates that the jet will be back in the sky in January. Southwest is the largest domestic user of the 737 Max jet.
Hilton Grand Vacations – The stock is still on hold after yesterday stepping up after a report from Bloomberg that Apollo Global is offering $ 40 a share to buy the vacation stock.
General Motors – GM and United Auto Workers union continue to negotiate, with a strike in the fifth week. UAW has convened a Thursday meeting with union leaders from across the country to update them on the status of the talks.
Deere – Deere is spending billions to ramp up its leasing program, according to The Wall Street Journal, in an effort to combat falling demand for agricultural tractors and plant equipment.
Bloomin & # 39; Brands – The restaurant chain director was downgraded to "keep" from "purchases" from Deutsche Bank, reducing the comparable sales estimate for Outback Steakhouse parents to a 0.6% increase from 1.1%. Deutsche Bank is also becoming more conservative when it comes to comparable sales estimates for next year.
Bed Bath & Beyond – Bed Bath & Beyond was upgraded to "overweight" from "sector weight" at KeyBanc, pointing to a favorable outlook for the short-term household merchant as well as expected improvements in merchandising and operations under a new CEO.
Lowe's – Lowe's was upgraded to "overweight" from "neutral" on Piper Jaffray, citing an expected improvement in basic conditions for the home improvement retailer, although street expectations are still modest.