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Check out the companies that are making headlines in dinner trading.
Metaplatforms – The shares of the company formerly known as Facebook rose by 17% after reporting mixed results for the first quarter. The company delivered a beat in earnings, but a disappointing revenue miss. It also saw daily active users grew after a decline in the fourth quarter.
McDonald̵[ads1]7;s – Shares in the restaurant chain rose 3% after revenues in the first quarter exceeded expectations. McDonald’s reported first-quarter revenue of $ 5.67 billion against $ 5.59 billion as expected by analysts, according to Refinitiv. The company saw sales growth in the same store of 3.5% in the US and even higher in international markets, ahead of estimates prepared by StreetAccount.
Qualcomm – Qualcomm’s share price rose more than 7% after the latest earnings report showed that all four of the company’s semiconductor companies grew during the last quarter. Qualcomm posted an adjusted earnings per share of $ 3.21 on a turnover of $ 11.16 billion. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv predicted earnings of $ 2.91 per share on revenue of $ 10.60 billion.
Ford – The automaker’s shares fell 2% after the company said its stake in Rivian cut profits in the last quarter. Ford reported an adjusted earnings per share of 38 cents of $ 32.1 billion in turnover. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv expected earnings of 37 cents per share of $ 31.13 billion in revenue.
Caterpillar – The shares in the machine company fell more than 3% despite a report for the first quarter that beat estimates on the top and bottom line. Caterpillar reported an adjusted $ 2.88 earnings per share of $ 13.59 billion in revenue. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv had invested $ 2.60 in earnings per share of $ 13.40 billion in revenue. The company’s sales growth slowed compared to the fourth quarter, and operating margins shrank year over year.
PayPal – The PayPal share rose by 9% after a blow to earnings in the first quarter. The stock rose even when the payment company gave weak guidance for the second quarter and the whole year.
Mastercard – The Mastercard share rose 4.6% after a blow to the top and bottom line in the last quarter. For the first time since the start of the pandemic, the company said that cross-border travel is ticking above 2019 levels.
Comcast – Shares in Comcast fell more than 6% despite analysts’ expectations hitting the top and bottom lines as growth in broadband subscriptions slowed. The company beat analysts’ estimates on the calculation, but noted that about 80,000 of the subscribers were free internet customers.
Southwest Airlines – Southwest Airlines shares rose 2% after reporting a larger-than-expected loss, but a blow to revenue in the last quarter. The company confirmed its forecasts for the second quarter and said that they expect revenues for that period to exceed 2019 despite fewer flights.
Pinterest – Pinterest’s share price jumped more than 7% after an earnings pace. On Wednesday, the photo-sharing company reported adjusted earnings of 10 cents per share and earnings of 575 million dollars. In comparison, analysts asked Refinitiv to expect earnings of 4 cents per share on revenue of $ 573 million.
Eli Lilly – The drug manufacturer’s shares 3.7% after the company reported results from a clinical study that showed that the obesity drug tirzepatide helped patients lose up to 22.5% of their weight. Eli Lilly also reported better-than-expected earnings and revenue for the first quarter and increased its full-year revenue guidance.
Teladoc – The shares in the telecommunications health service fell by 45% after the company reported a profit loss for the last quarter and gave weaker than expected revenue recognition, after which at least six Wall Street companies issued downgrades of the share.
ServiceNow – The shares in ServiceNow increased by 7.9% after a blow to the top and bottom line in the last quarter. The company saw $ 1.73 adjusted earnings per share of $ 1.72 billion in revenue. Analysts expected $ 1.70 per share and $ 1.70 billion in revenue, according to FactSets StreetAccount.
– CNBC’s Jesse Pound, Tanaya Macheel and Sarah Min contributed reporting
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