McDonald’s (MCD) is set to announce its 3Q15 earnings on October 22 before the market opens. McDonald’s has returned 7.4% since its previous earnings.
eBay’s share were up by 0.12% last week, but they fell 9.13% over the last four weeks.
eBay (EBAY) is gearing up for the release of its 3Q15 earnings results on October 21. Analysts expect the online auction giant to report an increase in its gross merchandise volume.
eBay (EBAY) is currently focusing mostly on its core business, Marketplaces, following the sale of its enterprise unit and separation from PayPal (PYPL).
eBay(EBAY) might see in its consumer spending fall in 3Q15 due to the recent decline in the unique visitor growth on its platform.
eBay (EBAY), the online auction giant, is set to report its third-quarter earnings for 2015 on Wednesday, October 21.
Based on recommendations from 24 broker firms, a Bloomberg survey reported that 65.2% of analysts rated Biogen (BIIB) as a “buy” while 34.8% recommended a “hold.”
Biogen’s (BIIB) 3Q15 earnings results will be announced on October 21, 2015. Analysts expect that the company will report lower net profit margins as compared to 2Q15.
At the end of 3Q15, Biogen (BIIB) had a strong late-stage research and development pipeline.
In 3Q15, Biogen saw several positive developments for the drugs developed under its various collaborative arrangements.
In 3Q15, Biogen’s (BIIB) multiple sclerosis (or MS) franchise is expected to witness muted growth as compared to previous quarters.
Wall Street has estimated Biogen’s 3Q15 revenues to be ~$2.6 billion, which will be a growth of about 5.4% on a year-over-year (or YoY) basis.
Boeing’s forward EV/EBITDA multiple is currently at 8.3x. This is very close to its average valuation since 2005. Boeing enjoyed its highest valuation in 2005.
During 3Q15, Boeing (BA) saw lower new orders with virtually no orders in September. It announced the development of a new assembly facility in China.
Boeing has been growing its orderbook at ~15% for the last three years. The rising orderbook will provide Boeing investors with higher revenue visibility.
If huge aircraft do actually come off-lease, it will create demand for aircraft. These orders are bound to benefit both of the major players—Boeing and Airbus.
Delta Air Lines (DAL) reported its earnings on October 14, 2015. The earnings call caused greater movement in one of Delta’s key vendors—Boeing (BA).
Since July 1, 2015, not one analyst has given Southern Company a “buy” recommendation. All of them have given either a “hold” or a “neutral” recommendation.
Over the past year, Southern Company has been on a major spree of acquiring assets in the solar space (TAN). The company has made these acquisitions through its subsidiary Southern Power.
Wall Street analysts have given a consensus estimate of $1.10 EPS (earnings per share) in 3Q15 for Southern Company (SO). That represents an increase of 4.5% compared to 3Q14.