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Earnings Calendar, Week of May 21-25 (BBY, INTU, TGT)

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Below is a weekly earnings calendar of the most important upcoming quarterly reports schedule to be released by publicly traded companies. There are also earnings previews for select companies. Please check back often. This earnings calendar is updated weekly.

Earnings Calendar Highlights


Noteworthy Earnings Reports: Monro (MNRO), Nordson (NDSN)

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Earnings Spotlight: Intuit (INTU, $189.78) – Intuit, which is the name behind accounting and tax software including QuickBooks and TurboTax, will report its earnings for the quarter ended April 30 after Tuesday’s closing bell. That means this is the quarter that covers tax season, which is as important to Intuit as the holiday season is to retailers. In fact, even more so – for fiscal 2017, Intuit recorded $3.72 per share in profits, with $3.70 of that coming in its third (April) quarter. This year, Wall Street’s pros are expecting significant growth from INTU. Analysts are modeling revenue growth of 12% to $2.9 billion, filtering down to a 20% pop in profits to $4.68 per share.

Other Noteworthy Reports: Advance Auto Parts (AAP), Container Store Group (TCS), (CTRP), Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories (RDY), Eaton Vance (EV), Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), International Game Technology (IGT), Kohl’s (KSS), Red Robin Gourmet Burgers (RRGB), TJX Cos. (TJX), Toll Brothers (TOL)

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Earnings Spotlight: Target (TGT, $75.83) – Walmart (WMT) rival Target reports its quarterly earnings before the May 23 open, and it will do so with a decent head of steam; TGT shares are up about 12% year-to-date. Despite that outperformance, Wall Street is mostly lukewarm on the stock, with 18 of 26 analysts covering Target calling the company a “hold.” That said, Credit Suisse started its coverage of the company with an “Outperform” (equivalent of buy) rating in February, saying “a strengthening US consumer, upside potential from company-specific initiatives, and select market share gains” will lift Target’s full-year revenues above consensus expectations. For the quarter, analysts think Target will earn $1.38 per share (up 14% year-over-year) on revenues of $16.5 billion (up 3%).

Other Noteworthy Reports: Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CM), L Brands (LB), Lowe’s Cos. (LOW), NetApp (NTAP), Qiwi plc (QIWI), Ralph Lauren (RL), Stein Mart (SMRT), Tata Motors (TTM), Tiffany & Co. (TIF), Williams-Sonoma (WSM)


Earnings Spotlight: Best Buy (BBY, $78.78) – We’ve been told for years that (AMZN) would bring about the demise of electronics retailer Best Buy. Yet BBY shares have climbed 145% in just the past two years alone, and currently are perched at all-time highs. Like with Target, the majority of analysts are timid about its prospects going forward – 16 of 25 rate it a “hold” – yet the analyst consensus is for plenty of earnings growth in the years ahead despite projections for mostly flat sales. For the quarter to be reported before Thursday’s opening bell, analysts expect Best Buy to earn 74 cents per share (up 23.3% year-over-year) on $8.7 billion in revenues (up 2.3%).

Other Noteworthy Reports: (WUBA), Autodesk (ADSK), Gap (GPS), Hormel foods (HRL), Lenovo (LNVGY), Lions Gate Entertainment (LGF.B), McKesson (MCK), Medtronic (MDT), Ross Stores (ROST), Royal Bank of Canada (RY), Shoe Carnival (SCVL), Splunk (SPLK), Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD), Veeva Systems (VEEV), Zoe’s Kitchen (ZOES)


Noteworthy Earnings Reports: Buckle (BKE), Foot Locker (FL), Hibbett Sports (HIBB)

Reporting schedules provided by MarketWatch and company websites. Earnings estimate data provided by Thomson Reuters via Yahoo! Finance, and FactSet via MarketWatch.

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