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Starbucks Earnings Are Coming. Here’s What to Expect.

Tuesday 23:40 GMT

Shares of Starbucks are currently trading at around 26 times expected earnings over the next 12 months, according to FactSet, right around the five-year average.

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Source: The Guradian

Twitter shares surge as Trump accuses it of 'political games'

Today 06:04 GMT

Twitter has reported better-than-expected financial results, sending its shares surging, as Donald Trump accused the social media platform of “playing political games”.

Trump, who often announces policy changes on Twitter, tweeted to complain that the platform was making it hard for people to sign on and removing some of his followers.

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Source: BBC

Twitter shares surge 17% as users rise

Today 08:06 GMT

Shares in Twitter have surged more than 17% after the firm reported rising numbers of users and higher revenues, days after its chief executive promised to improve how it tackles online abuse.

Twitter said in response: "We enforce the Twitter rules dispassionately and equally for all users, regardless of their background or political affiliation.

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FTSE 100 trades at more than 6-month high as major oil companies rally

Today 06:04 GMT

The commodity-heavy FTSE 100 got a lift after the U.S. on Monday said it would cease to allow countries from importing Iranian oil, deciding not to renew waivers, set to terminate May 2, which were granted to countries including China, India and Turkey.

As oil prices climbed, shares of Royal Dutch Shell RDSA, +1.84% were up 1.7%, and BP PLC’s stock BP., +2.17% gained 2.2%, with shares of Tullow Oil PLC TLW, +3.26% climbing 4.2%.

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Tesla earnings: The big question is how big is the quarterly loss

Today 06:04 GMT

Tesla Inc. is expected to report first-quarter results on Wednesday, with Wall Street bracing for a loss following two quarters of profits and hoping for better news on production and demand.

“Our suspicion is that Q1 EPS could be an outright disaster, given that Tesla guided for a loss with an entire month left in the quarter, and its inherently high degree of operating leverage,” said Garrett Nelson, an analyst with CFRA.

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This overlooked group of stocks can give you better returns with less risk over time

Today 08:05 GMT

Here are performance figures for two of the fund’s share classes (net of fees and excluding any sales charges) against their Morningstar category, the Russell Mid-Cap Index, the Russell Mid-Cap Growth Index and the S&P 500:. Don’t miss: Corona and Canopy: A mix of beer and pot that could juice your stock portfolio

Definitions of stocks’ asset-size classes differ, but the Russell Mid-Cap Index RMCC, +0.99%  included 784 stocks a median market capitalization of $8.1 billion as of March 31.

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Health-care earnings: ‘Medicare for all’ looms large

Tuesday 20:01 GMT

Shares of UnitedHealth Group Inc. tumbled last week despite the company reporting first-quarter earnings and revenue that beat expectations — a sign of investors’ growing anxiety over the health-care regulatory climate.

With that in mind, here’s what to watch out for during the next couple of days as health-care companies announce earnings. Centene CNC, -1.96% shares initially shot up 6.1% in premarket trade Tuesday after the insurer reported first-quarter profit and revenue that beat Wall Street expectations, while raising its full-year outlook.

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Snap stock pops, then fizzles after earnings beat

Today 08:05 GMT

Snap Inc. shares jumped more than 10% in after-hours trading Tuesday after the company added more users than expected, but the stock gave back most of those gains through the afternoon.

For the current quarter, Snap projects $335 million to $360 million in revenue, whereas analysts had been modeling $346 million.

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S&P 500, Nasdaq test record territory; Dow nears high on Coke, United Tech earnings

Today 08:05 GMT

U.S. stocks marched toward records Tuesday, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq surpassing their all-time closing highs, as investors parsed a wave of corporate earnings, including those from blue-chip consumer-focused companies, Coca-Cola Co. and Procter & Gamble Co.

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite indexes were on pace to close at record highs Tuesday as Wall Street remained laser-focused on the latest round of corporate earnings, including several Dow components: Coke KO, +1.27% P&G PG, -3.20% United Technologies Corp. UTX, +2.14% and Verizon Communications Inc. VZ, -2.32%

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Facebook earnings: Negative headlines don’t seem to matter to its finances

Today 08:05 GMT

Earnings: Analysts surveyed by FactSet expect Facebook to report $1.62 in adjusted earnings per share, down from $1.69 a year earlier.

Facebook FB, +1.29%  shares are down more than 16% from their all-time high reached last July, but the stock is currently trading above where it landed after a July profit warning shaved 17% off the company’s market value and prompted the worst single-day drop since Facebook went public.

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Pink says she'll no longer share photos of her kids after people comment 'just some of the nastiest things'

Monday 14:29 GMT

Pink says she’ll no longer share photos of her children on social media after receiving a slew of negative comments about her parenting abilities.

She continued: “People went as far as saying, 'Someone should call Child Services,' because he didn't have a diaper on, and 'How dare I?' — just some of the nastiest things," an emotional Pink said.

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Intel earnings: New CEO is not getting a honeymoon period

Tuesday 22:44 GMT

Right after its last earnings report, Intel INTC, +0.56%  made interim CEO Bob Swan the company’s chief executive on a permanent basis, and brought on Qualcomm Inc.’s  George Davis earlier this month to fill Swan’s role as chief financial officer.

Intel Corp.’s new permanent chief executive should arrive to his first earnings report with a full deck of updates for investors after what is expected to be a slow start to 2019.

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Twitter earnings: Will another strong start to the year squelch user-growth fears?

Tuesday 18:10 GMT

Earnings: Analysts tracked by FactSet expect Twitter to report 15 cents a share in adjusted earnings, down from 16 cents a share last year.

A previous version of this article had an inaccurate Twitter price target from Instinet analyst Mark Kelley, it has been updated.


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