Rising commodity costs and increased marketing spend might take the fizz out of Pepsi's earnings.
Will Apple keep up its estimate-beating trading, or will the wait for the iPhone 5 weigh on its earnings?
Investors would like to see the company return to profitability following improved content and marketing efforts along with membership growth.
UPS looks to continue delivering the goods, producing industry-leading margins and healthy returns for years to come.
The industrial giant is expected to see higher earnings on account of a growing industrial demand.
After a surprisingly positive first quarter, investors are hopeful the investment banker will keep up the good work.
Consumers' growing shift toward electronic payments should result into strong growth tailwinds for Amex in the long run.
Expected earnings show little change from last year, but the health-care giant is still positioned for strong returns over the long run.
A diversified product portfolio along with exposure to international markets augur well for the asset manager in these times of increased risk aversion.
Time is on Bank of America's side with continued capital building and slow increases in profitability likely to create value over time.
The beverage giant's shares look pricey ahead of its second-quarter earnings report.
Revenue declines in the bank's noncore businesses could continue to drag down earnings for several quarters to come.
While Wells Fargo is expected to deliver another good quarter, J.P. Morgan will be weighed down by unprecedented losses following its botched hedging strategy.
Global growth concerns and fears of EU contagion got the better of Asian equities in the second quarter.