Earnings Reports

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Independent oil and gas company Concho Resources reported better than expected third quarter earnings Tuesday. $CXO is the biggest Permian Basin pure-play company in terms of unconventional oil and gas production after its takeover of RSP Permian.

Social media beast Facebook reported Mixed third quarter earnings after the close Tuesday. Facebook revenue missed expectations though users cotinued to grow but at a slower pace.

Online auction giant eBay reported better than expected third quarter earnings after the market close Tuesday. eBay spoke positively for the future after just  last week it fell 9% after Paypal's release.

Chinese video streaming company iQiyi, known as China's Netflix  reported worse than expected third quarter earnings Tuesday after the close. The operating loss margin blew out to 37% sending the $IQ shares sharply lower.

haporting apparel maker Under Armour reported better than expected third quarter earnings on international sales before the market open Tuesday. $UAA shares soared over 20% pre-market on the beat and raised guidance.

Fiat Chrysler reported better-than-expected third-quarter earnings Tuesday and promised to pay 2 billion euros ($2.3 billion) in special dividends for the sale of its parts unit. However $FCA was hurt by a lower net cash forecast and losses in both Asia and Europe.

Energy services company Baker Hughes, a GE Co. reported weaker than expected third quarter earnings on Tuesday before the market open a long with Parent General Electric $GE . $BHGE peers Schlumberger and Halliburton have already reported.

Japanese electronic giant Sony reported a record operating profit for the three months ended Sept.30 on Tuesday. SNE's move to a subscription model in gaming and music is delivering upside surprises. Playstation profit rose 65% on the year.

General Electric reported weaker than expected third quarter earnings before the open Tuesday. $GE also slashed its dividend to a penny  also an SEC probe into its accounting practices widened. GE fell to a new seven year low on the negative news flood.

British Oil major BP PLC reported better than expected second quarter earnings Tuesday. $BP have been continuing it's share buy back program. $BP reports ahead of fellow majors $XOM, $CVX and RDSA earnings, $COP  and $TOT reported last week.

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