In the last quarter, Boeing Co., Facebook Inc. and Tesla Inc. played "Hold my Beer" in the midst of controversy. Three months later, it's time for an update while they work on their issues.
is still holding the 737 Max fleet after the planes fell off the ground after two crashes less than five months apart in March. The aircraft manufacturer outperformed its second-quarter report by forecasting a $ 5.6 billion hit on the problem and said the aircraft would fly again before the end of the year, before many expected it.
Full Preview: Expect more about 737 Max Fallout from Boeing
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hit US $ 3 billion in anticipation of a record FederalTR penalty in its April earnings report, but acknowledged that the total amount was up to $ 5 billion Billion USD. According to reports, the fine will end up at the top of these forecasts, although neither Facebook nor the FTC has confirmed this figure. However, this could be confirmed if Facebook reports its Q2 results on Wednesday afternoon, so Facebook may announce when it will swallow another $ 2 billion, while Big Tech prepares for further regulatory reviews.
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After a disappointing first quarter, Tesla
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already showed significantly stronger delivery and production figures in the second quarter. However, it is still expected that Tesla will report a loss over the review period, and the electric car maker has not confirmed its full-year forecast for second-quarter deliveries, as it did in its previous delivery report. Investors will be looking for more information on profitability and demand when Chief Executive Elon Musk takes the stage on Wednesday afternoon.
Full Preview: Another quarterly loss for Tesla is likely, but Wall Street hopes that demand will remain intact.
Boeing, Facebook and Tesla will not be alone on Wednesday as the busiest week of the winning season is kicking off.
Also reporting Wednesday
• AT & T Inc.
look at 5G, but investors may be wondering how many video subscribers the company is losing – the DirecTV business has lost more than 600,000 subscribers in the first few quarters, and analysts say that the second quarter could be worse.
• PayPal Holdings Inc.
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has already said that a company in its recent acquisition wave is expected to contribute more to the company's earnings than previously expected, and will describe the impact of other companies in detail while he deals has gotten used to life without Bill Ready, the Chief Operating Officer.
• United Parcel Services Inc.
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announced numerous new initiatives on Tuesday afternoon ahead of its earnings report, including the creation of a new drone subsidiary and its competitor FedEx Corp.
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on delivery on Sunday, therefore, expect managers to focus on these new steps, rather than the results of the second quarter.
• Dow Jones Industrial Average
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Components expected to be reported: Boeing, Caterpillar Inc.
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• S & P 500 Index
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Components expected to be reported: 37, including Ford Motor Co.
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and Xilinx Inc.
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