Find out how stocks fared after recent earnings reports

Published: January 26 2023, 01:10 GMT+0

Find out how stocks fared after recent earnings reports

Microsoft, Verizon, Texas Instruments are the ones to read about today.

Markets did not have a clear cut direction — after dropping 0.18%, Nasdaq closed at 11,300. S&P 500 closed 4,016.22 after a stable day.

What is an earnings report?

An earnings report is an official statement of a company's profitability over a certain period of time. These reports are typically announced once a quarter, and their timing is considered when making predictions about the market due to the large impact they have on it.

Microsoft: mixed results

Microsoft reported earnings results Tuesday; with EPS at 2.32; these results are inconclusive when compared to a consensus of 2.27 Earnings Per Share. Since the release of its earnings report, Microsoft lost 0.81%.

Though in the midst of a 4 day uptrend, gaining a total of 3.74%, ($10.11), the prevailing bullish trend is beginning to fade following yesterday's downbeat session. After ending Tuesday at $242.04, Microsoft declined to $230.9 yesterday before closing at $240.61, thereby losing 0.59% in total. Microsoft's recent uptrend could be petering out after the company eclipsed its average daily volume of 29.19 million by 227% today.

Verizon: mixed results

Verizon reported earnings results Tuesday, with EPS at 1.19 and revenues at $35.25 billion; these results are mixed when compared to a consensus of 1.2 Earnings Per Share and $35 billion revenue. Since the release of its earnings report, Verizon gained 1.77%.

Slightly down but mostly flat: Verizon ranged between $39.91 and $41.09 before closing at $40.33.

The information and entertainment services company is up 14.34% from the significant low of $35.35 it hit 3 months ago. So far this year, it has been doing worse than the Dow by 1.05%. Verizon's market cap is currently $169.38 billion with an average daily volume of 23.84 million shares.

TI | beats expected EPS of 1.96

TI was down, even though its quarterly earnings released on Tuesday beat the analysts’ estimates. The reported earnings of 2.13 per share on revenue of $4.67 billion, topping estimates of 1.96 per share on revenue of $4.62 billion.

Though in the midst of a 4 day uptrend, gaining a total of 2.4%, ($6.11), yesterday's session suggests run might be coming to an end — early in yesterday's session, TI dropped to $171.64 from $177.04 at the end of Tuesday, before closing at $175.04. During the session, it lost 1.13%.
TI's recent uptrend could be petering out after the company eclipsed its average daily volume of 5 million by 126% today.

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