Take a look at some of Thursday's morning movers:
General Motors - The automaker earned $0.93 per share, excluding certain items, compared to estimates of $0.85. GM reported strong results in North America, though the European market remains weak.
Cigna - The insurer reported first-quarter profit of $1.28 per share, excluding certain items, two cents below estimates, though revenue did beat consensus. Cigna's bottom line was pressured by falling profits in its disability and life insurance segments.
Whole Foods Market - The grocery chain reported fiscal second-quarter earnings of $0.64 per share, five cents above estimates. The company’s same-store sales rose 9.5 percent, above analysts' estimates of an 8.8 percent increase.
Visa - Visa earned $1.60 per share for its first quarter, nine cents above estimates, as customers spent more with their cards. That trend had also been seen in the better-than-expected earnings report for rival MasterCard Wednesday morning. However, sentiment surrounding Visa is being hurt as the company reveals the Justice Department asked it for information on its debit card pricing strategies.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters - The K-Cup maker saw fiscal second-quarter revenues come in well below expectations, and the company issued weaker-than-expected full-year revenue and earnings guidance.Page 1 of 3 | Next Page