Premarket: Chevron, Charter Communications and more

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Premarket: Chevron, Charter Communications and more

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Wall Street expects that Chevron Corporation NYSE: CVX to report quarterly earnings of $3.10 per share on revenue of $44.80 billion before the opening bell. Chevron shares went up 0.3% to $135.74 in pre-market trading.

Analysts expect Charter Communications, Inc. NASDAQ: CHTR to report quarterly earnings of $6.96 per share on revenue of $13.25 billion before the opening bell. In after-hours trading, Charter Communications shares rose 0.5% to $563.72.

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Apple Inc. NASDAQ: AAPL reported better than expected results for its first quarter. Mac sales saw a strong year-over-year and quarter-over-quarter growth, while iPhone sales nearly doubled from the previous quarter. Apple's shares rose 4.4% to $166.16 in the pre-market trading session.

Analysts think Colgate-Palmolive Company NYSE: CL will have earned $0.79 per share on revenue of $4.43 billion for the latest quarter. The company will release earnings before the markets open. Colgate-Palmolive shares went up by 0.2% to $82.85 in after-hours trading.

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Visa Inc. reported better than expected results for its first quarter on Thursday. Visa shares went up 4.6% to $215.60 in pre-market trading.

Before the opening bell, Phillips 66 NYSE: PSX is projected to report quarterly earnings of $1.87 per share on revenue of $29.01 billion. Phillips 66 shares gained 0.2% to $86.00 in after-hours trading.

Western Digital Corporation NASDAQ: WDC posted upbeat earnings and sales results for its second quarter, but issued a weak forecast. Western Digital named Wissam Jabre its CFO. The company said Q 3 adjusted earnings were $1.50 to $1.80 per share. Western Digital's shares fell 8% to $49.51 in pre-market trading.