Happy Friday! Take a look at some of this morning's early movers:
General Electric – The conglomerate beat Street expectations on profit, but revenue missed . GE is the minority shareholder in NBCUniversal, parent company of CNBC.
Schlumberger – The oilfield services company logged a 36-percent earnings gainthanks to strong land and offshore operations.
Google – Earnings and sales failed to reach Wall Street estimates , a rare miss for the Internet giant, which has beaten on revenue for eight consecutive quarters. Brokerages Baird and Barclays slashed their price target on the firm to $750 from $760 and to $700 from $730, respectively.
IBM , Intel and Microsoft – All three tech titans topped profit and sales expectations. ( Check results here .)In addition, both Citigroup and Barclays raised their price target on Intel to $29 from $27 and to $26 from $25, respectively. Meanwhile, BMO raised its price target on IBM to $192 from $190.
Among credit-card providers, AmEx beat estimates, while Capital One fell short. ( Check results here .)
Citigroup raised its price targets on a handful of medical device makers and healthcare providers including Johnson & Johnson , Abbott Labs , Boston Scientific , Medtronic , Baxter , Covidien and St. Jude Medical .Page 1 of 2 | Next Page