Earnings season kicks into full gear next week.  A total of 36 companies in the S&P 500 will report their quarterly numbers — all of which are listed in the table below.  The snapshot below is pulled from our Interactive Earnings Season Calendarwhich allows users to continuously track and monitor quarterly reports throughout the season.  If you’re looking for a tool that highlights upcoming earnings report dates all in one place, you should definitely check out our calendar.  It’s very burdensome trying to keep track of earnings without a calendar, and our goal here at Bespoke is to make life easier for investors!

In the table below, we list the date and time of each S&P 500 stock set to report next week, along with the current consensus analyst EPS estimate and the four-week change in that estimate.  We also include the percentage of the time that each stock has beaten consensus EPS and revenue estimates over the last 15 years.  The percentage of the time that the company has raised guidance is in the table as well.  Finally, we show the average move each stock has experienced on its “earnings reaction day” over the last 15 years.  For companies that report after the close, its earnings reaction day is the next trading day.  For companies that report before the open, its earnings reaction day is that trading day.

No S&P 500 companies are scheduled to report on Monday, but key names like Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), JP Morgan (JPM), Wells Fargo (WFC) and Intel (INTC) will report on Tuesday.  Of these names, JNJ has historically beaten earnings estimates the most often (92.6%), while WFC has beaten EPS estimates the least (51.9%).  In terms of stock performance, WFC has actually done the best on its earnings reaction day (+0.92%), while INTC has done the worst (-0.55%).

Bank of America (BAC) and Netflix (NFLX) will be the most closely watched names on Wednesday, and both have historically averaged declines on their earnings reaction days.  Thursday will be the busiest day for earnings next week with 14 S&P 500 names reporting.  The big ones to watch on Thursday are Citigroup (C), Goldman Sachs (GS), UnitedHealth (UNH), American Express (AXP), and Schlumberger (SLB).  Of these names, GS and UNH beat earnings the most often, while UNH, AXP and SLB historically react the most positively to their reports.

Finally, on Friday we’ll get reports from General Electric (GE), Honeywell (HON) and Seagate (STX).

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