GEICO was the one bright spot among the firm's insurance operations, while the noninsurance segments continued to be a source of stability, reports Morningstar analyst Greggory Warren.
P&G remains well-positioned for the longer term even as it focuses on correcting a short-term blip in performance.
The days of delivering returns at par with historical levels might be over for ExxonMobil, but it remains positioned to retain its top spot.
Exelon's minimal greenhouse gas emissions and low operating costs compared with fossil-fuel power producers should allow it to create shareholder value for many years.
Comcast looks set to maintain healthy momentum generated during recent quarters.
BP's second-quarter results will likely be weighed by a combination of planned shutdowns and a challenging environment in its downstream operations.
It's a long road ahead for the new Sprint to pull itself out of red.
The firm's third-quarter results reinforce its channel, brand, and geographic expansion opportunities and demonstrate that Starbucks remains one of the most dynamic consumer cyclical names, says Morningstar's R.J. Hottovy.
Amazon shows no signs of slowing down despite a weak overseas market.
Starbucks is well-positioned to evolve into a world-class consumer packaged-goods company, as a result of its well-recognized brand and continued diversification efforts.
The social-networking firm's ability to turn traffic (both mobile and Web) into revenue continues to improve, with ad sales posting a 61% gain, says Morningstar's Rick Summer.
Despite currency headwinds and weakening demand, 3M should continue to earn decent returns over the near term.
An unexpectedly good month in June may help GM's second-quarter performance.
Ford's free cash flow generation is expected to improve significantly during the coming years.
Investors are hoping for an earnings beat from Apple despite a recent string of weak performance.
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