Earnings to Watch Next Week: Most Big U.S. Banks, PepsiCo, Delta Air Lines and UnitedHealth in FocusThe second-quarter earnings season kicks off with reports from JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, and other big banks. Following is a list of companies’ earnings scheduled for release July 12-16, along with previews for select companies.
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Tuesday (July 13)
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: JPMORGAN, PEPSICO, GOLDMAN SACHS
JPMorgan: The New York City-based multinational investment bank and financial services holding company is expected to report its second-quarter earnings of $3.16 per share, which represents year-over-year growth of over 128% from $1.38 per share seen in the same quarter a year ago.
In the last four consecutive quarters, on average, the company has delivered earnings surprise all four times, with of over 32%.
“JPM has less excess capital as a % of the market cap relative to other names in the group, which drives a lower benefit from buybacks. We are valuing the group on normalized 2023 EPS. We expect a V-shaped recovery will drive higher reserve release and share buybacks over the next 2 years, with “normalized” post-recession earnings beginning in 2023,” noted Betsy Graseck, equity analyst at Morgan Stanley.
“We see more upside elsewhere in the group, particularly in consumer finance stocks which have been under more pressure. This drives our Underweight rating.”
PEPSICO: The Harrison, New York-based global food and beverage leader is expected to report its second-quarter earnings of $1.53 per share, which represents year-over-year growth of over 15% from $1.32 per share seen in the same quarter a year ago.
The U.S. multinational food, snack, and beverage corporation would post revenue of $17.91 billion. In the last four consecutive quarters, on average, the company which holds approximately a 32% share of the U.S. soft drink industry has delivered an earnings surprise of over 6%.
GOLDMAN SACHS: The New York-based leading global investment bank is expected to report its second-quarter earnings of $9.52 per share, which represents year-over-year growth of over 52% from $6.26 per share seen in the same quarter a year ago.
It is worth noting that in the last two years, the world’s leading investment manager has surpassed market consensus expectations for profit and revenue most of the time. The better-than-expected number would help the stock hit new all-time highs.
“Our 2Q EPS est. increases to $10.05 from $9.53 on positive markets and higher equity investment revs. The equity investment line will likely again be a meaningful rev. swing factor (we model $1.4B vs. $3.1B in 1Q21). Post-DFAST, GS indicated that the dividend will increase to $2.00/qtr. from $1.25/qtr., but did not provide specifics on buybacks. We model 2Q share repurchase of $1.5B (vs. $2.2B cons.) and $2.5B/qtr. (vs.$2.3B/qtr. cons.) for the remainder of this year,” noted Daniel T. Fannon, equity analyst at Jefferies.
|FRC||First Republic Bank||$1.73|
|AMX||America Movil Sab De Cv Amx||$0.32|
Wednesday (July 14)
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: WELLS FARGO, BANK OF AMERICA, CITIGROUP, DELTA AIR LINES, BLACKROCK
WELLS FARGO: The fourth-largest U.S. lender is expected to report a profit in the second quarter after last year posting its first loss since the global financial crisis of 20028.
There is no relief for Delta Air Lines, which is expected to post a loss of $1.36 per share on $6.19 billion in revenue.
BLACKROCK: The world’s largest asset manager is expected to report its second-quarter earnings of $9.28 per share, which represents year-on-year growth of over 18% from $7.85 per share seen in the same quarter a year ago.
The New York-based multinational investment management corporation’s revenue would grow over 25% of $4.56 billion. In the last four consecutive quarters, on average, the investment manager has delivered an earnings surprise of over 11%.
The better-than-expected number would help the stock hit new all-time highs. The company will report its earnings result on Wednesday. BlackRock’s shares rose over 24% so far this year. The stock ended 2.83% higher at $901.31 on Friday.
|BAC||Bank Of America||$0.77|
|DAL||Delta Air Lines||-$1.36|
Thursday (July 15)
|BK||Bank Of New York Mellon||$1.00|
|TFC||Truist Financial Corp||$0.98|
|TSM||Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg||$0.93|
|PBCT||People’s United Financial||$0.34|
|WAL||Western Alliance Bancorporation||$1.96|
Friday (July 16)
|FHN||First Horizon National||$0.40|
|ATLCY||Atlas Copco ADR||$0.45|
|KSU||Kansas City Southern||$2.18|