Shares look slightly overvalued ahead of the earnings call even as the retailer strives to defend its market share through aggressive price cuts.
Weak commercial construction activity and lower fiscal spending are likely to weigh on Tyco's earnings.
Operational efficiency and an improving housing market are signs of better times ahead for the home-improvement retailer.
The retailer's transformation might take some time to bear fruit, but shares look attractively priced at the moment.
Shares of the entertainment giant look fairly valued ahead of the earnings call.
The company's efforts to eliminate lower-margin items and focus on a more targeted portfolio of products are likely to result in higher long-term returns.
Although difficult economic conditions will curtail gains, Macy's merchandising and operating improvement efforts are likely to boost growth over the long run.
Will the drugstore chain operator continue to retain customers it won from close rival Walgreen?
Sluggish economic growth and losses following Hurricane Isaac and and a refinery fire are likely to result in lower earnings.
Although Starbucks is well-placed to leverage itself into a multichannel specialty coffee house, earnings are likely to come in lower amid challenging economic conditions.
Will management be able to give Avon the makeover it needs?
Cost-cutting measures and a strong pipeline of blockbuster drugs should help offset patent losses.
The energy-services provider has the mettle to withstand difficult market conditions.
The investor community is assuming the worst for ArcelorMittal amid heightened economic fears.
Although difficult macroeconomic conditions could continue to pressure margins, long-term prospects of the company look good.