Stocks endured another choppy trading session on Wednesday, settling in negative territory at their worst marks of the day. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped 0.1%, but settled ahead of the other major indices as the price-weighted average's most influential component--Boeing (BA 348.12, +7.21)--jumped 2.1%.
Today after the close the following companies are scheduled to report: AEL, AHL, ALL, ANGI, AOSL, APPS, AXS, BHE, CAA, CCK, CDE, CENT, CFMS, CINF, COHR, CSGS, CSII, CSRA, CUZ, DIOD, ECHO, EFX, ELY, ENS, EPM, ESS, FISV, FLO, FORM, FORR, FOXA, FWRD, GBDC, GPP, GPRE, HOS, HTLD, IAC, ICHR, INFN, IPHI, IRBT, IVC, JE, KN, KS, LCI, LLNW, MC, MFC, MN, MNR, MTRX, NTES, NXPI, ORLY, OSUR, PDM, PNNT, PRI, PRU, PSEC, RGLD, RMAX, RSYS, RYN, SU, SYNA, TBI, TDW, TMK, TSLA, TTGT, TTMI, TTWO, UHAL, VVV, WSTL, XPO, YELP, YUMC, ZAYO, ZNGA.
Futures are again lower after hours: S&P 500 futures are -14.50 from the fair value of 2680 and Nasdaq100 futures are -47.50 from fair value of 6585.
Tomorrow morning, economic reports scheduled to be released include: Initial Claims (08:30 ET; Briefing.com consensus 234K), Continuing Claims (08:30 ET), & Natural Gas Inventories (10:30 ET).
Tomorrow before the open the following companies are scheduled to report earnings: ABB, ALNY, ALXN, BCE, BR, BWA, CAH, CBG, CBM, COR, COTY, CSWI, CVS, EPC, FAF, GLPI, GOOS, GPI, GRA, GRUB, GWR, HBI, KKR, LCII, MANU, MAS, MD, MDSO, MLCO, MMS, MMYT, MPW, NJR, NLSN, NS, NYT, ODFL, PAG, PENN, PRLB, PTEN, REGN, SBH, SEE, SNA, SPB, SPH, STC, TDC, TEVA, THR, TMUS, TRI, TSN, TU, TWTR, TZOO, UBNT, UFS, VIAB, VIRT, VRTU, VSTO, WLTW, WMS, WSO, WWE, YUM.
In extended trading, a number of companies are under pressure following their quarterly reports, including iRobot (IRBT -21%), Yelp (YELP -7%), & Take-Two (TTWO -3%). iRobot reported better than expected fourth quarter results, but offered mixed projections for 2018, including earnings projections that were well short of estimates. On the other hand, Tesla (TSLA) is up roughly 1% after reporting better than expected fourth quarter results and affirming its Model 3 production targets.