Constellation Brands Inc (NYSE:STZ), Monsanto Co (NYSE:MON) And Walgreens Boot Alliance Inc (NYSE:WBA) To announce their results on January 5
All investors are looking for the Dow Jones Industrial Averages to cross the psychological mark of 20,000 points at least for a brief period before locking profit. For quite some time, this has been evading and becomes a frustrating one for investors. It remains to be seen whether the Dow could cross the mark since there are only about 58 points to catch the number.
The following companies will announce their results on January 5:
- AEHR Test Systems (NYSE:AEHR) is expected to report a loss of seven cents a share when it reveals its quarterly results after the market closes.
- Constellation Brands, Inc. (NYSE:STZ) will announce its financial results after the bell. Analysts expect earnings of $1.71 a share.
- Franklin Convey Co (NYSE:FC) would disclose its results after the regular trading session is over. Analysts see the company incurring a loss of 17 cents a share.
- Helen of Troy Limited (NASDAQ:HELE) will also reveal its quarterly numbers after the regular trading session on January 5. Street is looking for an EPS of $1.86.
- Monsanto Company (NYSE:MON) will report is results before the bell. Analysts expect a break-even per share.
- PriceSmart, Inc. (NASDAQ:PSMT) will disclose its three-month performance on Thursday before the market opens. Analysts see the company revealing 84 cents a share.
- Park Electrochemical Corp. (NYSE:PKE) will report its three-month performance before the market opens. Street is looking for an EPS of $0.12.
- RPM International Inc (NYSE:RPM) will report its quarterly results before the trading session opens. Analysts expect the company to report EPS of $0.61.
- Walgreens Boos Alliance Inc (NASDAQ:WBA) will disclose its results before the market opens on Thursday. Street is looking for an EPS of $1.09.
The following economic data will be released on Thursday:
- ADP employ change for December will be release. Market expects 170,000 additions on top of 216,000 additions recorded in the previous month.
- Initial claims for the period ended December 31. Economists expect 265,000 additions.
- Crude inventories for the week ended December 31 would be disclosed.