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Upcoming earnings for the week (Dec. 20-24)

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The following is a week after week income schedule of the main impending quarterly reports planned to be delivered by public corporations. Be that as it may, we have likewise given extended profit reviews to choose organizations.


Income Spotlight: Micron Technology

Subsequent to lining close $66 in mid-October, Micron Technology (MU, $82.13) bounced back pointedly, acquiring 38% to hit its late-November highs around $87. All the more as of late, however, this convention has slowed down, with MU stock last seen exchanging nearer to $82.

“We get results and direction one-sided higher in the midst of early indications of progress in schedule final quarter DRAM contract evaluating that we think supports into the February quarter and into summer 2022,” says UBS Global Research expert Timothy Arcuri (Buy). In that capacity, he raised his value focus on MU to $99 from $90 in front of the organization’s financial first-quarter income report, due out later Monday’s nearby.

Arcuri isn’t the only one in his energetic viewpoint toward Micron. Of the 35 examiners covering the stock that are followed by S&P Global Market Intelligence, 20 call it a Strong Buy and seven say Buy. This looks at six that have it at Hold, one that rates it a Sell, and one that has it at Strong Sell.

With respect to MU’s impending profit report, agreement gauges are for income of $2.11 per share (+170.5% YoY) and incomes of $7.67 billion, a 32.9% improvement throughout the year-prior period.

Income Spotlight: Nike

BofA Global Research examiners Lorraine Hutchinson and Christopher Nardone aren’t anticipating any shocks when Nike (NKE, $161.78) reports its fiscal second-quarter results later Monday’s nearby.

To be sure, the athletic attire retailer might have surprised the Street in its last two reports, refreshing its five-year plan in June and afterward bringing down its financial 2022 deals direction in September – the last option because of production network issues and COVID-related processing plant terminations in Vietnam and Indonesia. Yet, the board has effectively cautioned of a couple of testing quarters ahead, the experts say.



Noteworthy Earnings Reports

Company Symbol Earnings estimate
AAR Corp. AIR $0.55 per share
Apogee Enterprises APOG $0.53
BlackBerry BB -$0.07
CalAmp CAMP $0.08
FactSet Research Systems FDS $2.99
General Mills GIS $1.04
Neogen NEOG $0.17
Rite Aid RAD -$0.11



Earnings Spotlight: CarMax

Utilized vehicle seller CarMax (KMX, $136.31) has flourished in 2021 as a worldwide chip deficiency made a shortage of new vehicles – and inclined up deals (and costs) of utilized ones. Year-to-date, the stock is up 44%, however it’s at present off around 13% from its mid-November record high of around $156.

Along these lines, what would it be advisable for us we anticipate from KMX’s monetary second from last quarter profit report, due out in front of the Dec. 22 open?

“We accept CarMax is ready to effectively surpass second from last quarter agreement top-line assumptions given exceptionally solid deals force, further developed stock levels, further developed change on better staffing levels and progressing powerful trade-in vehicle evaluating,” says William Blair examiner Sharon Zackfia. She has an Outperform rating on the stock, which is what might be compared to a Buy.

All things considered, are expecting a financial second from last quarter profit of $1.46 per share – up 2.8% from the year-earlier – and incomes of $7.34 billion (+41.7% YoY). For correlation, Zackfia is expecting a somewhat higher profit of $1.48 per share on $8.08 billion in deals.

Noteworthy Earnings Reports

Company Symbol Earnings estimate
Cintas CTAS $2.64
Paychex PAYX $0.80


There are no noteworthy earnings.


There are no noteworthy earnings. The stock market will be closed for the Christmas holidays. Holiday season.



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