HSBC (NYSE:HSBC) – Shares of HSBC advanced 3.7% in pre-market trading after revealing its first quarter results. With revenue of $20.8 billion, a 3% increase from the previous year, the bank reported a pre-tax profit of $12.65 billion, while net profit reached $10.84 billion. Basic earnings per share were $0.54. CEO Noel Quinn plans to resign in search of a balance between personal and professional life, with CFO Georges Elhedery being considered as an internal successor. Although he led the bank to record profits, Quinn faced challenges, including dividend suspension and geopolitical tensions. Additionally, HSBC approved an interim dividend of 10 cents per share, accompanied by a special dividend of 21 cents per share.

Santander (NYSE:SAN) – Santander reported an 11% increase in first quarter profit, reaching €2.85 billion, slightly below the €2.87 billion expected. Revenue reached €15.38 billion ($16.46 billion), exceeding analysts’ expectations of €15.06 billion, and marking a 9% increase compared to the previous year. In Brazil, net profit increased nearly 20%, despite higher provisions, as the financial margin increased by 25%. Shares fell 2.8% in pre-market trading.

Paramount Global (NASDAQ:PARA) – Paramount Global is undergoing significant changes in its leadership and strategy, with the departure of CEO Bob Bakish and a potential merger with Skydance Media. Despite the controversies, the financial results for the first quarter exceeded expectations, boosted by the broadcasting of the Super Bowl and Paramount+. In the second quarter, earnings per share were $0.62, above the estimate of $0.36, while revenue was $7.69 billion, slightly below the expectation of $7.73 billion. Shares depreciated by 1% in pre-market trading.

McDonald’s (NYSE:MCD) – McDonald’s released mixed quarterly results on Tuesday, impacted by reorganization and boycotts in the Middle East. The adjusted earnings per share were $2.70, slightly below the expected $2.72, while revenue reached $6.17 billion, surpassing the forecast $6.16 billion. Net profit in the first quarter was $1.93 billion, or $2.66 per share, up from $1.8 billion, or $2.45 per share, from the previous year. In the U.S., growth in same-store sales was 2.5%, slightly below the expectations of 2.6%. Shares fell 0.2% in pre-market trading.

Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO) – Shares of Coca-Cola fell 1.3% in pre-market trading after releasing its first quarter earnings on Tuesday. Adjusted earnings per share were 72 cents, surpassing the expected 70 cents, while revenue reached $11.30 billion, above the forecast $11.01 billion.

3M (NYSE:MMM) – 3M exceeded Wall Street estimates in the first quarter, recording adjusted earnings per share of $2.39 on sales of $7.7 billion, against expectations of $2.10 per share and $7.6 billion, respectively. The spinoff of the Solventum health business was completed on April 1st. 3M plans to redefine its dividends, aiming to distribute about 40% of its annual free cash flow. In May, an announcement is expected on the next dividend decision. Shares are up 3.2% in pre-market trading.

MicroStrategy (NASDAQ:MSTR) – MicroStrategy, a software company with significant investments in Bitcoin, reported a loss of $53.1 million in the first quarter. Sales decreased 5.2% from the previous year, totaling $115.25 million. The loss per share was -$8.26, missing the consensus estimate of analysts of -$0.55 per share.

Chegg (NYSE:CHGG) – Shares of the educational technology company plummeted 12.3% in pre-market trading. Chegg announced a CEO swap and issued a revenue projection for the second quarter between $159 million and $161 million, disappointing the expectations of LSEG analysts, who anticipated $174 million. Last quarter, Chegg reported adjusted earnings per share of 0.27 cents. Revenue of $174.4 million represented a 7% decline from the previous year.

Coursera (NYSE:COUR) – In the first quarter, Coursera added nearly 7 million new students. Revenue of $169.1 million was slightly below analysts’ estimates but grew 15% year over year. Additionally, the company reported $8 million in adjusted EBITDA and $18 million in free cash flow. However, shares of the online course provider fell 13.1% in pre-market trading after estimating revenue for the second quarter between $162 million and $166 million, below the $178 million expected by analysts surveyed by LSEG.

F5 (NASDAQ:FFIV) – Shares of the cloud application security company fell 9.9% in pre-market trading after reporting second quarter revenue of $681 million, below the $685 million forecast by analysts, and 3% lower compared to the same period last year. Adjusted earnings per share of $2.91 exceeded analysts’ estimates of $2.87. The revenue outlook for the third quarter between $675 million and $695 million came below the consensus estimate of LSEG of $695 million.

NXP Semiconductor (NASDAQ:NXPI) – Shares of NXP Semiconductor rose about 4.9% in pre-market trading after the chip manufacturing company announced adjusted earnings of $3.24 per share, surpassing the average analyst estimate of LSEG of $3.16 per share. Revenue of $3.13 billion was in line with forecasts.

Amkor Technology (NASDAQ:AMKR) – Amkor Technology reported first quarter earnings of 24 cents per share, surpassing the FactSet estimate of 11 cents per share. Additionally, revenue of $1.37 billion exceeded the $1.36 billion forecast. Projections for second quarter earnings and revenue were also better than expected. Shares are up 5.4% in pre-market trading.

Stellantis (NYSE:STLA) – Stellantis missed expectations with a 12% drop in first quarter revenue, to 41.7 billion euros ($44.6 billion), below the forecasts of 42.6 billion. Consolidated shipments fell 10%, but sales of electric vehicles increased by 8%. The company launched four of 25 new models planned for 2024, including 18 EVs. Shares are down -2.6% in pre-market trading.

Woodward (NASDAQ:WWD) – Shares of the aircraft supplier rose 6.2% in pre-market trading after exceeding revenue expectations for the second quarter. Revenue of $835.3 million was above the FactSet consensus estimate of $807 million, and increased 16% year over year. Adjusted earnings per share were $1.52. The company also raised its projections for the year to between $3.25 billion and $3.35 billion.

Sensata Technologies (NYSE:ST) – Shares of the sensor technology company jumped 20.3% in pre-market trading after exceeding first quarter expectations. Sensata reported revenue of $1.01 billion and earnings per share of $0.89. Additionally, it announced the retirement of its CEO Jeff Cote and the appointment of Martha Sullivan as interim president and CEO. Sensata also closed an agreement with Elliott Investment, which would lead Phillip Eyler to join the board and participate in the search committee for a new CEO.

Medifast (NYSE:MED) – Shares of Medifast plummeted 17% in pre-market trading after the company reported adjusted first quarter earnings of 66 cents per share, below the FactSet consensus estimate of 80 cents per share. First quarter revenue for Medifast fell 49.9%, to $175 million. Additionally, Medifast disclosed revenue forecasts between $150 million and $170 million, considered pessimistic for investors.

Eli Lilly (NYSE:LLY) – Eli Lilly reported adjusted first quarter earnings that exceeded Wall Street expectations, driven by strong sales of the diabetes drug Mounjaro and the new weight loss treatment Zepbound. Adjusted earnings per share were $2.58, surpassing expectations of $2.46, while revenue totaled $8.77 billion, below the $8.92 billion expected. The company raised its full-year outlook, expecting adjusted earnings between $13.50 and $14.00 per share, and revenue between $42.4 billion and $43.6 billion. Shares of the company rose about 5% in pre-market trading.

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