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US earnings season - Q2 2020

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US earnings season - Q2 2020

Earnings season in the United States is a period where a large number of publicly-traded US companies report their quarterly earnings.

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Reporting season has started to slow down, but as a whole has provided some positive surprises and there's still a lot of optimism around further stimulus from the US government.

Analysts at US financial data group FactSet estimate a quarterly earnings decline of -33.8% for S&P 500 companies, which would mark the largest year-over-year decline in earnings reported by the index since Q1 2009.

The calendar, and table below, which we're updating throughout, shows the US companies most held and actively traded by interactive investor customers that report results in the period.

Earnings calendar

Key:  = Pre Market Open   = After Market Close   = Estimated

Mon 13 Jul Tue 14 Jul Wed 15 Jul Thu 16 Jul Fri 17 Jul

PepsiCo (PEP) 

JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM) 

Citigroup Inc (C) 

Wells Fargo & Co (WFC) 

Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS) 

Bank of America Corp (BAC) 

Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) 

Morgan Stanley (MS) 

Netflix Inc (NFLX) 

Mon 20 Jul Tue 21 Jul Wed 22 Jul Thu 23 Jul Fri 24 Jul

International Business Machines (IBM) 

Coca-Cola Co (KO) 

Philip Morris International (PM) 

Snap Inc A (SNAP) 

Microsoft Corp (MSFT) 

Tesla Inc (TSLA) 

AT&T (T) 

Twitter Inc (TWTR) 

Intel Corp (INTC) 

Pfizer (PFE) 

American Express (AXP) 

Verizon Communications Inc (VZ) 

Schlumberger Ltd (SLB) 

Mon 27 Jul Tue 28 Jul Wed 29 Jul Thu 30 Jul Fri 31 Jul

3M Co (MMM) 

McDonald's Corp (MCD) 

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) 

Mondelez Intl (MDLZ) 

Starbucks Corp (SBUX) 

Visa Inc Class A (V) 

Automatic Data Processing (ADP) 

Boeing (BA) 

CME Group (CME) 

General Electric (GE) 

General Motors (GM) 

Shopify (SHOP) 

Spotify Technology SA (SPOT) 

Facebook (FB) 

Qualcomm Inc (QCOM) 

PayPal Holdings (PYPL) 

Mastercard (MA) 

Keurig Dr Pepper (KDP) 

Newmont Goldcorp (NEM) 

Procter & Gamble (PG) 

The Kraft Heinz Co (KHC) 

Alphabet Inc Class C (GOOG) 

Alphabet Inc A (GOOGL) 

Amazon.com Inc (AMZN) 

Apple Inc (AAPL) 

Ford Motor Co (F) 

Gilead Sciences Inc (GILD) 

AbbVie (ABBV) 

Aon (AON) 

Caterpillar Inc (CAT) 

Chevron (CVX) 

Exxon Mobil (XOM) 

Merck & Co Inc (MRK) 

Takeda Pharmaceutical (TAK) 

Mon 3 Aug Tue 4 Aug Wed 5 Aug Thu 6 Aug Fri 7 Aug

Virgin Galactic Holdings (SPCE) 

Activision Blizzard (ATVI) 

Arista Networks (ANET) 

Beyond Meat (BYND) 

Liberty Global Class A (LBTYA) 

Nikola (NKLA) 

Twilio (TWLO) 

Walt Disney (DIS) 

Roku Inc (ROKU) 

Square (SQ) 

Ball Corp (BLL) 

Illumina (ILMN) 

The Trade Desk (TTD) 

Uber Technologies (UBER) 

Berkshire Hathaway Inc B (BRK.B) 

Mon 10 Aug Tue 11 Aug Wed 12 Aug Thu 13 Aug Fri 14 Aug

Canopy Growth (CGC) 

Lumentum Holdings (LITE) 

Cisco Systems (CSCO) 

Baidu (BIDU) 

Mon 17 Aug Tue 18 Aug Wed 19 Aug Thu 20 Aug Fri 21 Aug

Walmart (WMT) 


Alibaba Group (BABA) 


Key:  = Pre Market Open   = After Market Close   = Estimated


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