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Deutsche Bank (DB) Q4 Earnings Improve Y/Y on Higher Revenues

Deutsche Bank's (DB) Q4 results reflect the favorable impacts of higher revenues, a decent capital position and stable provisions. However, higher expenses are a drag.

Alaska Air's (ALK) Q4 Earnings Beat, Revenues Surge Y/Y

At Alaska Air (ALK), economic fuel price per gallon surges 62.6% to $2.26 in Q4.

HCA Healthcare's (HCA) Q4 Earnings Miss Mark, Improve Y/Y

HCA Healthcare's (HCA) Q4 results reflect higher expenses, partly offset by better revenues owing to improved patient volumes.

Inflation Is a Risk for Your Business, But Doesn't Have to Spell Doom

A good understanding of the risks can help you to make the right adjustments.

Airline Stock Roundup: AAL, HA Post Q4 Loss, SAVE, GOL in Focus

High fuel costs hurt the Q4 bottom-line performances of the likes of American Airlines (AAL) and Hawaiian Holdings (HA).

Maharathi Basu

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: AbbVie, Edwards Lifesciences and Johnson Controls International

AbbVie, Edwards Lifesciences and Johnson Controls International are included in this analyst blog.

Duke Realty (DRE) Q4 FFO and Revenues Fall Short of Estimates

Duke Realty's (DRE) Q4 results reflect an improved rental rate, partially offset by weak revenues.

How Central Garden & Pet (CENT) is Poised Before Q1 Earnings

Central Garden & Pet's (CENT) first-quarter fiscal 2022 results are most likely to have been hurt by steep freight and labor expenses, and supply-chain woes. However, contributions from recent buyouts...

SL Green's (SLG) Q4 FFO and Revenues Fall Shy of Estimates

While SL Green's (SLG) Q4 results reflect growth in same-store cash net operating income, the same records a drop in occupancy.

Crown Castle's (CCI) Q4 FFO and Revenue Surpass Estimates

Amid elevated tower space demand, Crown Castle (CCI) displays growth in site-rental revenues and declining operating expenses during the fourth quarter.

Murphy Oil (MUR) Q4 Earnings Lag, Revenues & Dividends Rise Y/Y

Murphy Oil's (MUR) Q4 earnings disappoint investors, while revenues impress. MUR announces a 20% hike in its 2022 dividend and expects the 2022 capex to be $840-$890 million.