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Nike reported stronger earnings than expected earnings for the fiscal first quarter of 2020 after the close Tuersday with better sales in North America and China with digital sales up 45%. $NKE shares traded up 5.5% to a record high of $92.25.

FedEx Corp reported worse than expected first quarter 2020 earnings after the close Tuesday. The trade war has hurt $FDX more than most with it's large China presence seeing it lower its guidance for full-year 2020. $FDX was trading down about 9% after hours.

Chip equipment supplier Applied Materials reported better than expected third quarter earnings after the market close Thursday. $AMAT showed a 44% dip in earnings as weak performance from all three segments hurt net sales.

Graphic Chips maker NVidia beat earnings and revenue expectations for second quarter earnings. $NVDA revenue fell 17% y/y in the quarter, gaming, it's biggest segment had $1.31 billion in revenue, down 27%. The stock rose 7% on the beat.

Canadian marijuana producer Tilray reported mixed second-quarterearnings aftet the close Tuesday. Revenue beat expectations but losses were larger than expected with huigher costs and lower average selling prices. $TLRY slid over 5% on the report.

Canadiian miner Barrick Gold Corp, the world’s second-largest gold producer quarterly adjusted profit nearly doubled as gold production rose. $GOLD expects gold production of 5.1 million ounces to 5.6 million ounces. The gold price hit its highest level in six years in June.

Uber Technologies Inc worse than Q2 expected earnings with a bigger loss on less revenue than expected. Their ridesharing rival Lyft reported better-than-expected Q2 results yesterday and lifted fiscal 2019 outlook.

Cloud and file sharing firm Dropbox reported better than expected second quarter earnings after the close Thursday. $DBX however dissappointed on the changeover to paying customers with Revenue per user missing forecasts.

Houston oil producer and shale exploration company Marathon Oil reported better than expected second quarter quarter earnings after the close next Wednesday. $MRO production from South Texas' Eagle Ford shale and North Dakota's Bakken shale rose

Chesapeake Energy reported better than expected earnings before the market opened Tuesday initially seeing $CHK pop 6% but it quickly reversed to be down 11% near 20 year lows on worries about debt and collapsed natural gas prices.  

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