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Terminprobleme, Teil 2

Startbeitrag von M. Keynes am 16.01.2006 18:06

So, Jungs. Heute ist bis jetzt nichts gelaufen, was die angekündigten earnings angeht. Habe etwas recherchiert. Das steht diese Woche offenbar an- ohne Gewähr (für berechtigte Zweifel, siehe "Terminprobleme.." von gestern):

* IBM (Research), due to report results Tuesday, is expected to have earned $1.94 per share, according to a consensus of analysts surveyed by Thomson Financial, versus $1.81 a year ago.

* Intel (Research), also due Tuesday, is expected to have earned 43 cents per share, after earnings 33 cents a year ago.

* Yahoo! (Research) is expected to have earned 17 cents per share, when it reports its results Tuesday. The Internet search engine earned 13 cents a year ago.

* J.P. Morgan Chase (Research) reports results Wednesday morning. The financial company is expected to have earned 73 cents per share, versus 64 cents a year ago, according to analysts.

* Advanced Micro Devices (Research) is expected to have earned 25 cents per share, according to analysts. The chipmaker, due to report results Wednesday evening, earned five cents a share a year ago.

* Apple Computer (Research), due to report results Wednesday evening, is expected to have earned 60 cents per share after earning 35 cents a year ago.

* eBay (Research) also reports results Wednesday evening. The online auctioneer likely earned 22 cents per share, analysts expect, after earning 17 cents per share a year ago.

* Merrill Lynch (Research) reports results Thursday morning. The brokerage likely earned $1.32 per share, versus $1.19 a year ago, according to analysts.

* Pfizer (Research) reports result Thursday morning and is expected to have earned 42 cents per share, down from 58 cents a year ago.

* Motorola (Research) reports results Thursday evening and is expected to have earned 34 cents per share, versus 27 cents a year ago.

* Citigroup (Research) reports results Friday morning. The financial leader is expected to have earned $1 per share, after earning $1.02 per share a year ago.

* General Electric (Research) is expected to have earned 55 cents per share, versus 51 cents a year ago. The diversified manufacturer reports results Friday morning.

Key economic news

* The NY Empire State Index, a regional read on manufacturing, is due Tuesday. The index is expected to have fallen to 22.0 in January, according to a consensus of economists surveyed by Briefing.com, down from 28.7 in December.

* December industrial production, due Tuesday, is expected to have risen 0.6 percent after rising 0.7 percent in November. Capacity Utilization, is expected to have risen to 80.5 percent from 80.2 percent in November.

* The Consumer Price Index (CPI), due Wednesday, is expected to have risen 0.2 percent in January, after falling 0.6 percent in December. The "core" CPI is expected to have risen 0.2 percent after rising 0.2 percent in November.

* The weekly oil inventories report and the Fed's "beige book" read on the economy are both due Wednesday, too.

* December housing starts, due Thursday, are expected to have fallen to a 2.05 million unit annual rate from a 2.123 million unit rate in November. Building permits are expected to have fallen to a 2.1 million unit rate, down from a 2.163 million unit rate in November.

* Thursday also brings the release of the January Philadelphia Fed index. The regional read on manufacturing is expected to have risen to 13.4 from 12.6 in December.

* The University of Michigan's preliminary read on consumer sentiment is due Friday. The January index is expected to come in at 93.0 versus 91.5 in December.

Quelle: CNN

Die Woche ist zwar nicht gerade das Gelbe vom Ei, doch das Gewicht o. erw. Einzeltitel ist ja allgemein bekannt. Nun wird spannend.

Cash is king @ the moment! Tomorrow never... dies.

Grüsse vom Volkswirtschafter ;-)

Antworten:

ein richtiges ratatouille also! danke

von Richebourg - am 16.01.2006 18:16

vorgaben...

die erwartungen sind ja wieder mal jenseits. ibm mit stärkerem gewinn, aber nur einmalgewinne bringen nichts. intel fast 30% höher als letztes jahr. wenn das nur gut geht....
vielleicht sind die erwartungen ja mit absicht so hoch weil die instis sich gerne long positionieren möchten aber nicht auf diesem niveau.....????

mittelfristig glaube ich an höhere märkte (3-4 monate). was aber wird in dieser woche passieren?

gruss
LoT

von LoT - am 16.01.2006 18:23

Re: vorgaben...

8'500 im SMI - DJ bei 12 Dausend ?



von Hama - am 16.01.2006 20:18

Re: vorgaben...

9000/13000

von sommy - am 16.01.2006 20:44

Re: vorgaben...

..welches Jahrhundert ? :D



von Hama - am 16.01.2006 20:47

Re: vorgaben...

:D :hot: :cheers: :laugh:

von sommy - am 16.01.2006 20:52
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