The consensus Wall Street analysts’ estimate for Dr Pepper Snapple’s 1Q15 adjusted EPS is $0.76. The estimate for full year 2015 adjusted EPS currently stands at $3.86.
The impact of currency headwinds was less on Dr Pepper Snapple’s sales than the two beverage giants. It gets 12.4% of net sales from international operations.
Yahoo (YHOO) is expected to announce its 1Q15 earnings on April 21 after the market close. It expects to earn $1.11–$1.15 billion in GAAP revenue.
The impact of adverse forex movements on UA’s financial performance may be mitigated somewhat by the stronger retail environment in Europe.
Under Armour (UA) projects 2015 revenues to come in at $3.76 billion, a 22% increase over 2014. Analysts’ 2015 estimates are slightly higher at $3.81 billion.
Valuations for Under Armour (UA) have been spiking lately. The company’s valuation reached a new record of 78.2x forward earnings on April 16.
In 1Q15, Under Armour acquired two digital fitness companies, Endomondo and MyFitnessPal, to create the world’s largest fitness community.
Under Armour (UA), will report 1Q15 earnings on April 21. UA has recently touched new highs with its stock at an all-time record high of $85.71 on April 16.
Aetna is expected to release its 1Q15 earnings on April 28, 2015. Since the release of its 4Q14 earnings on February 3, 2015, the company’s shares rose by 12.6%.
Aetna (AET) projected that its total membership will remain flat at the 2014 levels. Its membership will be around 23.4 million in 1Q15.
Aetna will experience a drop in EBITDA margins in 1Q15. The drop is mainly due to the health insurance fee and commercial enrollment pressures.
The rise in Aetna’s EPS is mainly attributed to the increase in the company’s government-sponsored MA (Medicare Advantage) and Medicaid enrollments in 1Q15.
Aetna (AET) is one of the largest health insurance companies in the US. It has a total market capitalization of $37.6 billion.
The expected decline in AT&T 1Q15 adjusted EBITDA stems from a margin contraction. The AT&T adjusted EBITDA margin is expected to decrease from ~33.8% in 1Q14 to ~31.6% in 1Q15.
AT&T had the best churn among national wireless carriers in 3Q14. According to Wall Street analysts, AT&T 1Q15 churn will decline year-over-year.
According to Wall Street analysts, AT&T postpaid net additions will shrink by ~22%, year-over-year to ~0.49 million in 1Q15.
In this part of our series, we’ll look at some of the key factors that could affect AT&T 1Q15 wireless revenue.
Based on consensus estimates as of April 14, 2015, AT&T 1Q15 revenue will grow by a marginal ~1% year-over-year during the quarter.
Wall Street analysts expect Verizon’s (VZ) postpaid churn to increase YoY in 1Q15. This is based on analysts’ consensus estimates as of April 13, 2015.
PepsiCo (PEP) plans to generate ~$1.0 billion in productivity savings in 2015. The company expects these savings to offset commodity cost inflation.