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Aluminum producer Alcoa reported better than expected second quarter earnings on Wednesday with a narrower-than-expected loss but raised concerns about demand, and the implications for the global economy with the Trade War affect and tariffs.

Streaming giant Netflix reported better than expected second quarter earnings but missed on subscriber growth after the close Wednesday. For the first quarter in nearly a decade, the number of new subscribers in the U.S. fell. $NFLX shares slid more than 12% on the news.

Bank of America reported better than expected second quarter earnings before the bell Wednesday. $BAC consumer banking led growth with stock buybacks also contributing to rising EPS. JPMorgan Chase $JPM. Wells Fargo $WFC, PNC Financial $PNC Goldman Sachs and  Citigroup have all reported also.

PNC Financial reported better than expected second quarter earnings before the bell on Wednesday. $PNC saw lower income tax expenses as well as higher interest income and a rise in non-interest income. Reporting after Citigroup, Goldman SachsWells Fargo $WFC and JPMorgan $JPM

Railway giant CSX Corp delivered worse than expected Q2 earnings. Favorable mix and pricing gains across most markets were more than offset by intermodal volume decreases and lower other revenue. $CSX was down over 6% on the release

Goldman Sachs, America's largest investment bank reported better than expected second quarter earnings before the bell Tuesday. $GS saw lower revenues in investment management and investment banking, partially offset by higher revenues in investing & lending. Equities net revenues rose to $2.01 billion, the highest in four years.

Wells Fargo reported better than expected Q2 earnings before the bell Tuesday. $WFC reported along with JPMorgan $JPM and Goldman Sachs  . Mortgage, credit card and auto loans increased

JPMorgan Chase, America's largest bank reported better than expected Q2 earnings Tuesday before the open. $JPM announced better  revenue and profits led by Consumer & Community Banking. Net income was helped by income tax benefits of $768 million Wells Fargo $WFC and Goldman Sachs also reported Tuesday.

Citigroup started off the banking sectors Q2 earnings season before the market open Monday with better than expected results $C report ahead of other money center banks Bank of America $BAC JPMorgan Chase $JPM, Wells Fargo $WFC, PNC Financial $PNC and Goldman Sachs.

Citigroup $C along with JPMorgan Chase $JPM, America's largest bank, Bank of America $BAC, Goldman Sachs $GS , PNC Financial $PNC, Morgan Stanley $MS and Wells Fargo $WFC kick off the banking sector's Q219 earnings season on Monday before the market opens with expectations for lower earnings on a flatter yield curve.

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