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About 80% of S&P 500 companies have reported positive EPS results so far in the Q2 earnings season, according to a report by FactSet. Yahoo Finance Markets Reporter Ines Ferre examines earnings data and where sector trends are becoming most apparent.
– With over half of the S&P 500 companies reporting so far, it’s been mostly positive results this earnings season. 80% of companies have seen a positive ESP or EPS, earnings per share surprise. 64% have seen positive revenue according to data from FactSet. Yahoo Finance’s Ines Ferre joins us now with the details here. Hey, Ines.
INES FERRE: Hey, Brad. And yeah, when you really look under the hood at where the sectors that have been performing the best, it kind of jives with what we have been seeing with stocks. So when it comes to positive earnings surprises, six of the 11 S&P 500 sectors have been seeing positive earnings surprises within those components. Five of them are reporting year over year declines.
Now, the ones that are seeing the surprises– well, no surprise here, we are seeing those with consumer discretionary stocks, we are seeing them with also technology stocks. Within, for example, consumer discretionary you had CarMax that reported positive earnings surprises. You have DR Horton which reported better than expected earnings. Ford Motor also reporting better than expected. These are some of the companies that reported the largest EPS surprises. Lennar, as well. So really, the homebuilders are in there as well.
Inside information technology, we saw Activision, Blizzard, and Netflix. And also as far as industrials are concerned, General Electric, GE, reported better than expected earnings.
When it comes to the declines, that goes hand in hand with again, what we have seen with stocks that have been underperforming. I’m going to put up a year to date here on our Wi-Fi interactive board. So you can see that health care, some of the health care stocks and of course, the energy stocks. Because remember, when you’re looking at year over year, energy last year, oil was much higher than it is this year. So you had Chevron and ExxonMobil, for example, that reported declines when it came to their profits.
In terms of the revenues as you said, 64% of S&P 500 companies reported actual revenue estimates that increased. And so seven sectors within the S&P 500 sectors, those are seeing year over year growth in revenue. And of those sectors, being consumer discretionary, financials, those were the leaders. Again, energy, health care, those were the laggards.
– And what about in terms of how the stocks have done relative to their surprises? What’s been the relationship?
INES FERRE: Yeah, well, it’s interesting because this report is saying that companies have actually been punished for their positive surprises because if you take a look at the two days prior to reporting and two days afterwards, on average, there was a decrease in the stock price of 0.2% with those that reported positive surprises. And we saw that, really, when it came for example, to Netflix. Netflix reported better than expected earnings yet the stock had declined. Also with companies that reported negative surprises, well, those stocks were down by 0.7% in the two days, prior and two days afterwards.
By the way, this jives with analysis. And I wrote a piece on Yahoo Finance with analysis, recent analysis from JP Morgan which said that you can expect that if there is an upside to earnings with these companies, that you can expect their stock reaction to be muted because there has been a lot of buying going into these earnings and also the guidance is key. Whatever they say on guidance, that will also have an impact on that stock price.
– Yeah, most definitely. It’s difficult to map it all comprehensively. But thank you for giving us a window into what’s been going on. Appreciate it, Ines.
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