April 20 - Apple, Amazon and Netflix will dominate the peak of earnings season this week. Apple has a high chance of dazzling investors, according to exclusive StarMine data.
Three angels dominate earnings next week apple Amazon and Netflix each company faces significant challenges. Starting at maybe the most troubled Netflix needs to prove they can recapture its rapid growth after losing customers through a series of blunders. Amazon has to keep convincing investors is actually okay the sacrifice near term profit. For future growth and a big dot apple just needs to show can still dazzled with -- sales. And he -- -- good results could hit its share price withdraw my three Rama says apple looks like it'll be. I was able to maintain those margins it's doing a fantastic job imagery that was when the company does get that big. You always have concerns but is -- piling up. Apple doesn't seem to have that issue we'll also hear from key players and energy industrial and retail these include ExxonMobil Boeing caterpillar Kellogg PepsiCo Starbucks. And UPS. The world's largest package delivery companies often seen as a Bellwether for the economy. Analysts will be sifting through its report for any concerns about Europe's -- blows. -- besides the slowdown in the recovery US GDP is -- to -- the pace of economic -- probably -- in the first quarter to 2.5 percent. Down from the previous quarter to blame rising oil prices high unemployment and less restocking by company. And durable goods numbers are likely -- to -- sense of a stumble is set to drop by one point 5% in March. Real key housing figures on the radar the -- Case Shiller Index new home sales and pending home sales all likely show realistic is far from our comfort. Finally Ben Bernanke may clarify the threshold for further stimulus when he holds a news conference after the Fed's policy me. This comes as top officials from the Central Bank challenges guidance that Rachel stayed near zero until late 2014. Bernanke may also explain it won't happen Operation Twist. When it wraps up NG him. I'm Fred Katayama and this is --