Monday (October 11)
No major profit is expected for the release.
Tuesday (October 12)
|TO TRY||To try||KRW1.71|
|PNFP||ApogÃ©e Financial Partners||$ 1.55|
Wednesday (October 13)
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: BLACKROCK, DELTA AIR LINES
BLACK ROCK: The world’s largest asset manager is expected to report third-quarter earnings of $ 9.70 per share on Wednesday, representing annual growth of more than 5% versus $ 9.22 per share in the same period there is one year old.
The New York-based multinational investment management firm is reportedly posting revenue growth of more than 13% to around $ 5.0 billion. Over the past four consecutive quarters, on average, the investment manager has achieved a surprise earnings of over 9%.
“We believe BlackRock (BLK) is best positioned on the asset management bar considering the leading platform of iShares ETFs, multi-assets and alternatives combined to technology / Aladdin offerings which are expected to generate around 13% CAGR of EPS (2020-23rd) via organic growth of ~ 6% on average over the long term, ânoted Michael Cyprys, equity analyst at Morgan Stanley.
âWe anticipate further growth for Alts, iShares, international penetration and the institutional market in the United States. Recently acquired Aperio also strengthens the solutions offering and organic growth. We expect the premium to widen as BLACK takes part in the evolution of the industry and strives to improve the trajectory of organic revenue growth.
DELTA AIRLINES: Earnings per share (EPS) is expected to return to positive territory for the first time in seven quarters on Wednesday, more than doubling to $ 0.16 per share from a huge loss of – $ 3.30 per share seen during the same period a year ago. .
The airline, which provides scheduled air travel for passengers and cargo across the United States and around the world, is expected to post third-quarter revenue growth of more than 170% to approximately $ 8.4 billion . It should be noted that in the past two years, the airline has exceeded consensus earnings estimates only three times.
“Airlines will release their 3Q21 results later this month, starting October 13 with Delta Airlines’ Release. We think 3Q21 started strong, sagged in the middle, then ended strong as people started planning vacation trips, ânoted Helane Becker, Equity Analyst at Cowen.
“We believe the 4Q21 forecast will reflect a strong peak, likely> 2019 levels, while off-peak times are expected to lag behind 2019 levels. Stocks to own include United Airlines (UAL), Alaska Air Group (ALK), Allegiant Travel (ALGT) & Southwest Airlines (LUV). “
|JPM||JPMorgan Chase||$ 3.00|
|BLACK||Black rock||$ 9.60|
|FRC||Bank of the First Republic||$ 1.84|
|DAL||Delta Airlines||$ 0.16|
Thursday (October 14)
SPOTLIGHT: UNITEDHEALTH, DOMINO’S PIZZA
UNITEDHEALTH: Minnesota-based health insurer to report third-quarter earnings of $ 4.41 per share, representing year-over-year growth of more than 25% from $ 3.51 per share in the same quarter a year ago.
Over the past four consecutive quarters, on average, the company has achieved a surprise profit of more than 11%. The largest insurance company by Net Premiums would show revenue growth of around 10% to around $ 72.0 billion.
“UnitedHealth Group is the number one Medicare Advantage player with approximately 28% market share, the second largest Medicare PDP player with approximately 20% market share and the second largest commercial player with approximately 15% market share, ânoted Ricky Goldwasser, equity analyst at Morgan Stanley. .
“United The model is enhanced through vertical integration with its OptumRx PBM platform, which is one of the three largest PBMs in the country. With a big lead in the breadth of service offerings and considerable exposure to government enterprises, UnitedHealth is well positioned for any potential change in the US healthcare system. A strong balance sheet and continued strong cash generation provide flexibility for the pursuit of mergers and acquisitions. “
DOMINOS: The world’s largest pizza company is expected to post third-quarter profit of $ 3.11 per share, representing about 25% year-over-year growth, compared to $ 2.49 per share in the last quarter. same quarter a year ago.
The company has only twice beaten consensus estimates for earnings per share (EPS) in the past four quarters. The world’s largest pizza chain is reportedly showing revenue growth of around 7% to around $ 1.03 billion.
|A H||UnitedHealth||$ 4.41|
|BAC||Bank of America||$ 0.71|
|WFC||Wells fargo||$ 1.00|
|MRS||Morgan stanley||$ 1.69|
|Usb||US Bancorp||$ 1.15|
|WBA||Alliance of Walgreens boots||$ 1.02|
|DCT||DCT Industrial Trust||$ 0.02|
|TSM||Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg||$ 1.04|
|DPZ||Dominoes Pizza||$ 3.11|
|CMC||Commercial metals||$ 1.19|
Friday (October 15)
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: GOLDMAN SACHS
The world’s leading New York-based investment bank is expected to report third quarter earnings of $ 10.11 per share, representing year-over-year growth of more than 4% from 9.68 $ per share in the same quarter a year ago.
It should be noted that over the past two years, the world’s leading investment manager has exceeded market consensus expectations in terms of both earnings and income most of the time. The world’s largest investment manager is reportedly posting revenue growth of more than 4% to around $ 11.25 billion.
“Reason for purchase: organic growth, strong capital position and stable capital deployment activities continue to improve by Goldman perspectives. Business diversification provides long-term earnings stability, âZACKS Research analysts noted.
“Reason for the sale: Geopolitical concerns and volatile customer activity levels may hamper the revenue growth of Goldman. In addition, legal hassles and increased dependence on foreign income remain other headwinds. “
|SG||Goldman Sachs||$ 10.11|
|TFC||Truist Financial Corporation||$ 1.09|
|HON||Honeywell International||$ 2.01|
|GE||General Electric||$ 0.51|
|JBHT||JB Hunt Transport Services||$ 1.79|
|SXT||Sensitive technologies||$ 0.80|
|ABCB||Ameris Bancorp||$ 1.17|
|ACKAY||Arcelik ADR||$ 0.68|
|BMI||Badger meter||$ 0.50|
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