“Wall Street Earnings Expectations: Goldman Sachs, ASML, Tesla, J.B. Hunt, and Netflix”


  • Goldman Sachs is expected to post quarterly earnings of $3.18 per share on revenue of $10.84 billion before the opening bell.
  • ASML Holding reported better-than-expected profit for its second quarter and raised its full-year sales guidance. ASML shares closed at $757.03 on Tuesday.
  • Tesla’s latest quarter earnings are expected to be 81 cents per share on revenue of $24.53 billion, with the company set to release earnings after the markets close.

Financial analysts on Wall Street have set their expectations for the upcoming quarterly earnings reports of several major companies. The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is projected to announce earnings of $3.18 per share on revenue amounting to $10.84 billion before the market opens. The company’s shares have seen a slight increase of 0.2% to reach $337.80 during after-hours trading. Meanwhile, ASML Holding N.V. reported better-than-expected profits for its second quarter and has also raised its full-year sales guidance. ASML’s shares closed at $757.03 on Tuesday, showing a 0.3% gain.

Tesla, Inc.’s latest quarter earnings are eagerly awaited by analysts, who predict the company to have earned 81 cents per share, with revenue totaling $24.53 billion. Tesla will be releasing its earnings after the market closes, and the company’s shares experienced a small dip of 0.2% to reach $292.69 during after-hours trading. On the other hand, J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc. reported disappointing results for its second quarter, leading to its shares gaining 2.3% and reaching $192.45 in the after-hours trading session.

Netflix, Inc.’s quarterly earnings are also anticipated by analysts, with an expected per-share earnings of $2.84 and revenue amounting to $8.28 billion. The company’s shares rose by 1.2% to reach $480.70 during after-hours trading. Investors are keeping a close eye on these reports as they may have a significant impact on the respective company’s stock prices and market sentiment.

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