Today the trading week ends with the PPI and the core PPI on deck.

The following company is expected to release quarterly earnings reports today March 12th:

The Buckle Inc. (NYSE: BKE – $ 40.67) works as a retailer of casual clothing, shoes and accessories for young men and women. Buckle will announce its fourth quarter 2020 results today before the bell.

Here’s a quick look back at how yesterday’s earnings reports fared compared to Wall Street expectations:

Celsius Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: CELH – $ 60.55) develops, markets, distributes and sells functional, calorie-burning fitness beverages. Earnings per share rose 200.00% last year to $ 0.02, up from an estimate of $ 0.02. Revenue of $ 35,665,000 increased 47.90% year over year, beating the estimate of $ 34,630,000.

Genesco Inc. (NYSE: GCO – $ 50.87) works as a retailer and wholesaler for shoes, clothing and accessories. Earnings per share fell 10.68% to $ 2.76 last year, beating the estimate of $ 1.96. Revenue of $ 636,801,000 was down 6.02% year over year, beating the estimate of $ 617,550,000.

Gogo Inc. (NASDAQ: GOGO – $ 12.52) provides broadband connectivity and in-flight wireless entertainment services to the aviation industry. Earnings per share rose 32.14% year over year to ($ 0.19), beating the estimate of ($ 0.32). Revenue of $ 77,634,000 was down 64.92% year over year, beating an estimate of $ 69,090,000.

JD.com Inc. (NASDAQ: JD – $ 89.33) works as an e-commerce company and infrastructure service provider for the retail sector. Earnings per share rose 187.50% year over year to $ 0.23, beating the estimate of $ 0.19. Revenue of $ 34,380,000,000 was up 40.23% year over year, beating the estimate of $ 33,780,000,000.

Myers Industries Inc. (NYSE: MYE – $ 23.98) manufactures and sells polymer products for industrial, agricultural, automotive, retail and consumer markets. Earnings per share fell 8.33% to $ 0.11 last year, missing the $ 0.16 estimate. Revenue rose 17.68% year over year to $ 137,467,000, beating the estimate of $ 128,830,000.

SecureWorks Corp. (NASDAQ: SCWX – $ 15.19) offers technology-driven information security solutions to protect its customers from cyber attacks. Earnings per share fell 100.00% to ($ 0.00) last year, missing the $ 0.01 estimate. Revenue of $ 139,736,000 was down 1.58% year over year, beating the estimate of $ 138,480,000.

The Shyft Group Inc. (NASDAQ: SHYF – $ 34.42) produces and assembles special vehicles for the commercial vehicle and leisure vehicle industry. Earnings per share fell 42.55% to $ 0.27 last year, beating the estimate of $ 0.26. Revenue of $ 171,582,000 declined 4.66% from the same period last year, beating the estimate of $ 170,490,000.

Comtech Telecommunications Corp. (NASDAQ: CMTL – $ 29.94) designs, develops, manufactures and markets products, systems and services for communication solutions. Earnings per share were down 15.62% year over year to $ 0.27, beating the estimate of $ 0.04. Revenue of $ 161,292,000 was down 0.22% from the same period last year, beating the estimate of $ 137,880,000.

DocuSign Inc. (NASDAQ: DOCU – $ 212.67) offers cloud-based software. Earnings per share rose 208.33% to $ 0.37 last year, beating the estimate of $ 0.22. Revenue of $ 430,898,000 increased 56.75% year over year, beating the estimate of $ 407,650,000.

El Pollo Loco Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: LOCO – $ 19.72) develops, franchises, licenses and operates fast-service restaurants under the name El Pollo Loco. Earnings per share fell 11.11% last year to $ 0.15, which is in line with the estimate. Revenue of $ 110,341,000 increased 2.60% year over year, missing the $ 111,610,000 estimate.

Ulta Beauty Inc. (NASDAQ: ULTA – $ 343.14) works as a beauty retailer. Earnings per share fell 10.97% to $ 3.41 last year, beating the estimate of $ 2.35. Revenue of $ 2,199,000,000 was down 4.64% year over year, beating the estimate of $ 2,080,000,000.

Vail Resorts Inc. (NYSE: MTN – $ 305.19) operates mountain areas and urban ski areas. Earnings per share fell 28.17% to $ 3.62 last year, beating the estimate of $ 2.26. Revenue of $ 684,644,000 was down 25.96% year over year, beating the estimate of $ 641,950,000.

Zumiez Inc. (NASDAQ: ZUMZ – $ 47.50) works as a specialist retailer for clothing, shoes, accessories and hardgoods for young men and women. Earnings per share rose 13.51% to $ 1.68 last year, beating the estimate of $ 1.63. Revenue of $ 331,536,000 was up 0.85% year over year, beating the estimate of $ 327,270,000.

Zuora Inc. (NYSE: ZUO – $ 14.35) offers cloud-based subscription-based software that enables businesses in a variety of industries. Earnings per share rose 77.78% year over year to ($ 0.02), beating the estimate of ($ 0.05). Revenue of $ 79,287,000 increased 12.63% over the same period last year, beating the estimate of $ 76,050,000.

Looking ahead to next week, I doInvestors will be processing a barrage of economic data, including retail sales, the import price index, another round of jobless claims, and a range of housing information. All eyes will be on the Federal Reserve’s latest rate decision on Wednesday. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell will address this afternoon. The earnings calendar is now relatively bleak, although some big names remain to be reported, including Nike (NKE), CrowdStrike (CRWD), Dollar General (DG), FedEx (FDX), Momo (MOMO) and Signet Jewelers (SIG)), Tiffany & Co (TIF) and Weibo (WB).

All economic data listed here are preliminary and subject to change.

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