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Stocks To Watch: Microsoft, Amazon And Coca-Cola Headline Huge Earnings Week

Apr. 22, 2023 10:00 AM ETThe Coca-Cola Company (KO), MCRB, IONS, TECK, W, NUVA, GMED, TJX, TECK.B:CA6 Comments
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The earnings calendar is loaded next week, with heavyweights reporting in every sector. All told, about 35% of the companies in the S&P 500 Index will spill numbers next week. Some of the key reports include updates from Credit Suisse (CS) preview, Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO) preview, Microsoft (MSFT) preview, Alphabet (GOOG) preview, Altria (MO) preview and Amazon (AMZN) preview. While the earnings season is off to a relatively solid start, concerns over the impact of inflation, high interest rates, and a potential U.S. recession are still very much in the mix. Economic releases of note in the week ahead include consumer confidence and new home sales on April 25, durable goods orders on April 26, and the closely-watched employment cost index on April 28. Federal Reserve members will be out on the speaking circuit on Monday before the blackout period begins in advance of the FOMC meeting on May 2-3. On the political front, the House may vote on a bill that would raise the U.S. debt limit for about a year and cut federal spending.

Earnings spotlight: Monday, April 24 - Coca-Cola (KO), Whirlpool (WHR), Credit Suisse, and Canadian National Railway (CNI).

Earnings spotlight: Tuesday, April 25 - Microsoft (MSFT), Alphabet (GOOG), Visa (V), UBS (UBS), PepsiCo (PEP), McDonald's (MCD), Verizon (VZ), General Electric (GE), Chipotle (CMG), and UPS (UPS).

Earnings spotlight: Wednesday, April 26 - Meta Platforms (

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Comments (6)

One would be wise to avoid these stocks going forth, Retail, Real Estate, Big Tech, Big Pharma and Big Banks during these uncertain times. Many Wall Street analysts are getting the BIG PICTURE wrong concerning their spewing of positive opinions, as all is not well concerning the global economic situations, geopolitical events and ongoing crisis in the banking and financial systems, as this story will be ongoing concerning ALL entities mentioned above and this was just a pause on bad news coming out, but more negative news will be coming forth concerning all their misdeeds, $ laundering's, tax frauds, and other crimes of corruptions. Exposures will continue to flow our for all to see and witness.
@WWG1_WGA_Q Of course many of these "analyst" are
recommending these stocks, they get paid by doing so, and not all
of them are competent.

When you consider that a certain +500M$ etf is managed
by a 21 year old young girl, that certainly did not study
2 years in college and another 4 years absolute minimum at a university
in finance / economic, it tell 's you something about the state of
the stock market, it's a real jungle with everything bad you can
find and fall into, and that's besides all the rest that's trying to eat you alive!
@Stomp! Indeed my friend, one huge 'Worldwide banking Ponzi scheme the Wall Street and Markets are a massive $$ laundering machine controlled and manipulated by the Global Elites throughout the global community.
The dismantling and systemic destruction will end with a final global Markets collapse like domino's falling in line one after another.
Just my thoughts & opinions.

Q 17
The earnings parade marches on! Longz! :-)
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"Meanwhile, EVR will be a high-margin Canadian steelmaking coal producer, focused on long-term cash generation and providing cash returns to shareholders." Long term cash returns for Teck metals as they are taking 90% of the cashflow from EVR. EVR will be sold heavily post spin as who wants to own a company that only keeps 10% of its cashflow. Especially considering there are many other Met coal names to choose from.
Thanks for bring back the Barron’s mentions section
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