Earnings Reports

Google Ad

Graphic Chips maker NVidia shares plunged almost 20% after $NVDA beat earnings expectations in third quarter earnings BUT missed revenue AND cut revenue guidance after last quarter also cutting FQ3 revenue guidance.

Retail giant Wal-Mart on Thursday reported better than expected third-quarter earnings and guided higher for Q4. U.S. same-store sales rose 3.4%, continuing near 10 years highs, e-commerce sales jumped 43% as it continued to inch into $AMZN's space.

Canadian marijuana firm Canopy Growth Corp. (WEED $TSX -CGC $NYSE) reported worse than expected third quarter earnings before the open Wednesday. $CGC  was down over 11% by lunchtime as higher expenses and a miss on revenue despite the legalisation of recreation pot in Canada.

Digital advertising placement firm Trade Desk reported better than expected third quarter earnings Thursday and raising guidance. $TTD shares soared 15% after hours as the connected TV ad spending growth rate accelerates. 

Video game publisher Activision Blizzard  reported worser than expected third quarter earnings and guided lower for next quarter confirming concerns about holiday sales. The report followed a not so well received Diablo Immortal at BlizzCon 2018.

Cloud and file sharing firm Dropbox reported better than expected third quarter earnings after the close Thursday. $DBX was one of the most anticipated IPO's this year and was up 47% quickly but has pulled back like many tech stocks. 

Houston based Cheniere Energy  reported higher than expected third quarter earnings Thursday. $LNG gained from higher LNG revenue, and the natural gas company raised guidance for global demand. 

Digital payments and point of sales processor (POS) Square $SQ reported better than expected third quarter earnings after the close Wednesday. $SQ successfully launched the Everbrite IPO in the quarter. However it guided lower than expectations for the fourth quarter.

Houston, Texas oil producer and shale exploration company Marathon Oil reported better than third quarter earnings after the close Wednesday.  $MRO guided production higher.

Take-Two Interactive Software beat September earnings and raised guidance targets sending the video game publisher and distributor shares higher. $TTWO was driven primarily by Grand Theft Auto V,  Grand Theft Auto Online and the successful launch of NBA 2K19.

Google ads