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FactSet Senior Earnings Analyst John Butters was cited in this article "Expect another quarter of big earnings beats, as Wall Street estimates were likely overly depressed" posted to @MarketWatch  today:

Citigroup Q4 EPS $2.08 vs. $2.15; FactSet consensus $1.34 #news 

Wells Fargo Q4 net interest income $9.28 bln vs. $11.2 bln a year ago; FactSet consensus $9.35 bln #news 

J.P. Morgan Chase Q4 EPS $3.79 vs. $2.57 a year ago; FactSet consensus $2.62 #news 

J.P. Morgan Chase Q4 net interest income down 7% to $13.4 bln; FactSet consensus $13.3 bln #news 

Signet Jewelers sees Q4 same-store sales up 4% to 5%; FactSet consensus up 1.8% #news 

Shake Shack’s preliminary fourth-quarter sales totaled $157.5 million, above the FactSet consensus of $153.2 million. Now that the company has laid the groundwork with services like curbside pickup, executives talked up the new restaurant formats.

FactSet data shows that the volume of IPOs more than doubled in 2020 compared to 2019, with 494 IPOs recorded for all of 2020. In aggregate, IPOs raised $174 billion in 2020, a 150% increase over 2019. #IPOs 

Shake Shack’s preliminary fourth-quarter sales totaled $157.5 million, above the FactSet consensus of $153.2 million.


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Wow, according to @FactSet , the Consumer Discretionary sector was expected to lose $2.1 billion in Q2. It made more than $9 billion.

According to @FactSet , 60% of the S&P 500 has reported Q3 EPS and 85% have beaten expectations, by nearly 19% on average.

Smaller companies included in the Russell 2000 index have reported aggregate losses of $1.1 billion so far in Q2 earnings, versus profits of almost $18 billion a year earlier: FactSet data. via @FinancialTimes 

2019 returns for every stock in the NYSE #FANGplus  index (with dividends reinvested): $AAPL +88.97% $NVDA +77.95% $FB +56.57% $BABA +54.74% $GOOGL +28.18% $TSLA +25.7% $AMZN +23.03% $NFLX +20.89% $TWTR +11.52% $BIDU -20.3% *Per FactSet

Analysts expect earnings for companies in the S&P 500 to fall about 4% for the third quarter, in what would mark the biggest year-over-year drop since 2016: FactSet data

Biggest single-day market cap losses (US public companies) 7/26/18 Facebook -$119.4bn 9/22/00 Intel -$90.7bn 4/3/00 Microsoft -$80bn 1/24/13 Apple -$59.6bn 10/15/08 Exxon Mobil $52.5bn FactSet/Investopedia

79% of $SPX companies have beaten sales estimates for Q4 to date, which is highest beat % since FactSet started tracking this data in 2008.

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Good Morning I've been up hours crunching earnings numbers - remarkable! 77% cos beat on revenue if holds up would shatter #factset  record

Global debt to EBITDA levels are reaching for crisis-level highs (via @FactSet  Market Aggregates)

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American retail in 2016 illustrated in an eye-popping chart @FactSet  @bySamRo  $AMZN

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