The U.S. and Canada are experiencing low crop prices and weakness in the livestock sector, weighing on sales of John Deere equipment.
Deere & Co. (DE) on Friday reported fiscal third-quarter profit of $641.8 million.
U.S. stock-index benchmarks opened lower on Friday, extending the prior session's selloff that was partially fueled by a terrorist attack in Barcelona and rumors that an economic adviser to President Donald Trump might resign.
Foot Locker Inc. shares tumbled 15% in premarket trade Friday, after the sports apparel company missed profit and sales estimates for the second quarter.
U.S. stocks are lower Thursday morning as investors fail to get excited by quarterly reports from big names like retailer Wal-Mart and technology bellwether Cisco Systems.
U.S. stocks fell sharply Thursday as losses for Cisco Systems hurt technology companies while Wal-Mart declined after its latest quarterly report.
Clothing retailer Gap Inc reported better-than-expected same-store sales for the second quarter, helped by strong demand for Old Navy products, fewer discounts, and the company's efforts to better manage inventory.
Stocks dropped and investors flocked to safe-haven assets on Thursday following a terrorist attack in Barcelona.
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Wal-Mart is reporting second-quarter profit of $2.9 billion, or 96 cents per share.
Walmart Stores Inc. said Thursday that sales rose in its latest quarter, showing that the world's largest retailer continues to avoid the malaise that has hit some competitors.
Alibaba, China's top e-commerce firm, beat analyst's estimates with a 56 percent rise in first-quarter revenue, driven by growth in online sales which make up most of its business.
Cisco Systems Inc's (NASDAQ:CSCO) revenue from its closely-watched security business rose less than analysts had estimated in the fourth quarter, sending the company's shares down about 2.5 percent in after-hours trading on Wednesday.
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Target reported a dip in second-quarter profit, but it was better than anticipated and a 32 percent spike in digital sales gains drove revenue higher.
Target snapped a streak of four consecutive quarters of weaker same-store sales.
U.S. stocks ended up slightly on Wednesday, but off the day's highs.
Hong Kong airline Cathay Pacific is reporting another loss as fierce competition from rivals took a further toll.
Danish brewer Carlsberg says its profits rose in the first six months of the year, despite a decline in consumption in the key eastern European market, particularly Russia.