More than 800 companies will report earnings over the remainder of this week, and below is a list of the largest companies set to report. We’ve pulled this data from our Interactive Earnings Season Calendar, which goes out to Bespoke Premium and Bespoke Institutional subscribers on a regular basis throughout earnings season. For each stock, we highlight its expected report date and time, its current consensus analyst EPS estimate, and its historical earnings and revenue beat rates (% of time beating estimates). We also include its average one-day change on its historical earnings reaction days and its average earnings-reaction day volatility.
Apple (AAPL) is the biggest company in the world, so its report tonight will be as closely watched as any there is. Tomorrow morning we’ll hear from Pfizer (PFE), Merck (MRK), UPS and Ford (F), and in the afternoon we’ll hear from Twitter (TWTR). On Wednesday, MasterCard (MA) and Time Warner (TWX) are due out in the morning, while Baidu (BIDU) is out after the close. Exxon Mobil (XOM), Celgene (CELG), Visa (V) and Gilead (GILD) round out the month of April with reports on Thursday, and then CVS, Chevron (CVX) and Berkshire (BRK/B) begin the month of May with reports on Friday.
Of the key companies reporting this week, some of the stocks that have historically reacted the most positively on their report days are Apple (AAPL), MasterCard (MA), Baidu (BIDU), and Williams (WMB). Stocks like Twitter (TWTR), Pfizer (PFE) and Exxon (XOM) have historically reacted the most negatively. Twitter (TWTR) has historically been the most volatile name on the list with an average move of +/-15.78% on its earnings reaction days.