Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Tuesday’s session. Stock movements noted by ticker reflect movements during regular trading hours; premarket trading is specified separately.
& Co.—down 1.8% premarket: The banking giant said profit rose in the second quarter, to $2.82 a share from $2.29 a share a year earlier. Earnings at the bank surpassed expectations from analysts.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc.—up 1.4% premarket: Goldman’s profit weakened 6% in the second quarter amid a pullback by trading clients worried about trade and interest rates.
& Co.—down 0.6%: Revenue of $21.6 billion in the second quarter was about the same last year, but better than targets. The company is still seeking a permanent chief executive officer to replace Timothy Sloan, who retired in March.
Johnson & Johnson
—up 0.2% premarket: J&J raised its revenue guidance for the year as it reported second-quarter results Tuesday. The company earned $2.58 a share in profit after adjustments, beating Wall Street expectations.
—up 0.9% premarket: The company is in talks to purchase brokerage and wealth-management operations from USAA for roughly $2 billion, potentially giving it another $100 billion in assets, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.
KeyCorp.—down 2.2% premarket.
said a business customer of its regional bank engaged in fraudulent activity that could cost the bank up to $90 million. The company is working with law enforcement on the matter, KeyCorp said in a securities filing.
—down 7.4%. The pizza chain’s growth slowed in the second quarter, as U.S. same-store sales notched a 3% gain, almost 4 percentage points slower than last year’s increase on that measure. The $811.6 million in revenue Domino’s reported for the quarter was less than what analysts expected.
PLC—down 1.2%. The American depositary receipts for the mining company weakened after Rio said Monday it will cost more than previously expected and take longer to complete its underground copper mine in southern Mongolia.
—down 0.2%: The e-commerce giant’s annual Prime Day featuring discounts and deals on its site for members ends Tuesday. Amazon’s Prime service penetrates 30% of U.S. households and less than 5% of international markets, according to Jeffries.
J.B. Hunt Transport Services
—up 7.2%: The company’s second-quarter revenue met analysts’ expectations, while profit fell short of estimates.
—down 4.9%: The electronic-component distributor warned that the company’s second-quarter adjusted profit would be lower than previous expectations. The company also announced plans to wind down its personal-computer and mobility disposition business.
—down 2.7%: The bank holding company reported net-interest income rose less than expected in the latest quarter.
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Corrections & Amplifications
Arrow Electronics plans to wind down its personal-computer and mobility disposition business. An earlier version of this article incorrectly said Arrow planned to wind down its personal-computer business. (July 16)
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