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EARNINGS REPORTS OUT TODAY EYE MIXED FORTUNES

Feb 11 2015, 10.24am GMT

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Major companies will report fourth quarter and full year financials Wednesday; this is the round-up.

[TESLA] - Tesla is expected to report fourth-quarter earnings of 31 cents a share down from the $0.33 figure posted a year ago. However, revenue growth of more than 61% to $1.23 billion is also forecast. Tuesday saw shares fall on the market from Tuesday’s 218.14 to Wednesday pre-market 215.89.

[CISCO] – Expectation on Cisco for fiscal second-quarter earnings is 51 cents a share with revenue at $11.79 billion, an increase near to 6% from a year ago. Share price currently stands at 27.39 up from 25.89 at the start of the month.

[MONDELEZ] - Mondelez International Inc. is forecast to post fourth-quarter earnings of 43 cents a share. Markets stand at 35.61, down from the last high in November 2014 of 39.32.

[TRIPADVISOR] - TripAdvisor Inc. is forecasted to report Q4 earnings of 37 cents a share. Whilst having lost 21% on share price since November 2014, TripAdvisor has found ground in the last week increasing from 67.78 to 69.76 before the announcement.

[PepsiCo] - PepsiCo Inc. is looking to report fourth-quarter earnings of $1.08 a share compared with $1.05 a share a year earlier, whilst revenue of $19.66 billion is forecast, compared with $20.12 billion a year earlier. Market price stands at 97.82, up from start of February’s price of 93.51.

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