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a financial statement that gives operating results for a specific period

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Speculating on earnings reports is a high risk, high reward style of trading because stocks can rise or fall over 10% in a single day, depending on factors such as whether a company reports good or poor earnings.
announced a record revenue and net profit overnight in the footsteps of a strong earnings report by chip giant Intel Corp.
Upon receiving over 250 million earnings reports annually from employers, SSA uses various processes to post such reports to workers' Social Security records.
Investors, on the other hand, fear that collectivists within and outside the government will seize on any positive earnings reports as evidence of criminal conduct, and begin a criminal investigation.
Disney had warned three months ago, when it posted a 30 percent fall in that quarterly earnings report, that profits would continue to decline for the rest of the fiscal year ending Sept.
Kunihiro Murai, 59, violated accounting legislation by declaring the Osaka-based photocopier's earnings reports flawless, the ministry said.
Earlier, the former chairman told Kyodo News there had been no false earnings reports by the company and he had never ordered such conduct.
What is going to be more of a driver as we get into next week is going to be corporate earnings reports,'' Bradley E.
Referring to his heavy investment in the technology sector, Cody points out that earnings reports from technology companies, especially semiconductor capital equipment firms, have been stellar.
Tokyo stocks managed to remain in positive territory Friday morning despite giving up most of their early gains as optimism over eased credit worries and lower oil prices fizzled out with poorer-than-expected earnings reports from U.
The Dow had rallied as a series of impressive earnings reports from United Technologies, McDonald's and Texaco helped make a vague memory of Wednesday's disappointment over IBM's results.
As of this morning, there are just 38 confirmed earnings reports for next week, nearly all being released on either Monday or Tuesday.
New York stocks closed sharply higher Wednesday, helped by strong earnings reports from major investment bank Morgan Stanley as well as from big transportation-service firm FedEx Corp.