he company raised its 2019 forecast for operational sales.
Higher interest rates could undermine earnings at JPMorgan Chase.
Wells Fargo results topped expectations on both the top and bottom lines.
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Goldman Sachs 2Q results beat on both the top and bottom lines.
Crude oil prices tumbled nearly 3 percent or some $2 to $57.89 per barrel after Trump said progress was being made with Iran, indicating tensions in the Mideast may be easing.
The nation's largest bank reported $29 billion in revenue and profits of $2.82 per share.
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Citigroup reported 2Q profit of $1.95 per share topping the estimate for $1.80. Revenue came in at $18.8 billion.
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Costco reported its comparable sales were up last month even as many retailers have struggled.
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Revenue at the Atlanta-based carrier was $12.5 billion in the second quarter, while profits were $2.35 per share.
The Dallas-based carrier expects unit revenue to now rise as much as 4 percent.
The company returned as a public company with an IPO in March.
Revenue in its snacking division, Frito-Lay North America, rose 4.5 percent.
The platform looked at 21 technology companies on the Fortune 500 in the industries of Internet Services and Retailing, Computers, Office Equipment, Computer Software, Network and Other Communications Equipment and Entertainment.
The move could force drugmakers to offer treatments in the U.S. at the lowest cost offered elsewhere in the world.
The Atlanta-based carrier flew nearly 698,000 people on June 21st, a single-day record.