Apple earnings on Thursday could give a look at how well the company weathered the impact of coronavirus on its supply chain in China as well as the closure of U.S. stores.
With a hit to production coupled with the general economic distress that may cause people to buy fewer cars, it remains to be seen whether Tesla can reach its guidance of more than 500,000 vehicle deliveries this year.
Microsoft plays a significant role in providing technology to work remotely—a necessity in the current environment. When Microsoft releases its Q3 earnings, many investors will be focused especially on the performance of its cloud services since that could provide clues as to future performance of the company.
Boeing was already having its share of problems before COVID-19 hit, thanks mainly to its 737 Max grounding. Now, its customers are weathering a pandemic that could dramatically eat into future demand.
When Alphabet (GOOGL) reports earnings after the bell April 28, the focus could be on its cloud and YouTube segments—two areas that may have seen growing demand in the recent shift to home office and home entertainment.
Consider using company cash flow data as you survey stock investments. It’s a basic, fundamental measure of potential earnings and dividend growth.
As streaming giant Netflix prepares to report Q1 earnings, attention may have turned from what had been competition from rival platforms to how the company has fared during the coronavirus lockdown and how its new subscriber numbers look.
As the 2020 calendar flips to February, volatility has returned to the market in the form of deadly virus. Meanwhile, earnings season rolls on, as do impeachment hearings. Fed testimony also ahead.
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