So far this earnings season, 60% of the companies that have reported have beaten earnings estimates. Looking at just the S&P 500 stocks that have reported, 63% have beaten estimates.
The average S&P 500 stock that has reported has gained 0.55% on its report day this season. (For companies that report after the close, we use the next day's change.) Below are the 30 best and 30 worst performing S&P 500 stocks on their report days. As shown, Netflix (NFLX) has been the best performing stock in the S&P 500 on its report day this earnings season. The stock gained 22.06% following its report on January 25th. Computer Sciences (CSC) ranks second with a gain of 18.54%, followed by Textron (TXT), Genworth Financials (GNW), Whirlpool (WHR) and Cerner (CERN).
E*TRADE (ETFC) has been the biggest loser in the S&P 500 this earnings season with a decline of 14.64% on its report day. TripAdvisor (TRIP) comes in a close second with a one-day decline of 14.56%. Supervalu (SVU) has been the third worst at -12.51%, followed by Masco (MAS), SanDisk (SNDK), Edwards Lifesciences (EW) and Corning (GLW).
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