SAN FRANCISCO – Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trade in Monday's session are Texas Instruments Inc., Ford Motor Co., Bank of America Corp. and American Express Co.
American Express Co. (AXP) is expected to post fourth-quarter earnings of 59 cents a share, according to analysts polled by Thomson First Call.
Avaya Inc. (AV) is seen reporting a fiscal first-quarter profit of 12 cents a share.
Bank of America Corp. (BAC) is expected to post earnings of $1.02 a share in its fourth quarter
Crane Co.'s (CR) fourth quarter is expected to show a per-share profit of 57 cents.
E-Trade Financial Corp. (ET) is seen posting earnings of 29 cents a share in its fourth quarter.
Ford Motor Co.'s (F) fourth quarter is expected to show a per-share profit of a penny.
Pactiv Corp. (PTV) is expected to report fourth-quarter earnings of 23 cents a share.
Swift Transportation Co. (SWFT) is seen posting a fourth- quarter profit of 42 cents a share.
TD Banknorth Inc.'s (BNK) fourth quarter is expected to show earnings of 62 cents a share.
Texas Instruments Inc. (TXN) is seen posting a fourth- quarter profit of 42 cents a share.
Avi BioPharma (AVII) said early laboratory tests showed its experimental avian-flu drug to be effective in treating the virus. See full story.
Citigroup Inc. (C) reported a 30% increase in fourth-quarter earnings on Friday, despite pressure from a significant increase in bankruptcy filings on the company's domestic credit card business and a decline in trading revenue. See full story.
General Electric Co. (GE) posted an expected 46% decline in fourth-quarter profit, but its sales growth lagged Wall Street's forecasts as industrial and financial-services revenue failed to hit the mark. See full story.
Google Inc. (GOOG) shares fell a day after the search giant said it would fight a U.S. government request to share its search data as part of an effort to fight online child pornography. See full story.
Supervalu Inc. (SVU) and Albertson's Inc. (ABS) confirmed they are back at the table, trying to hammer out a deal for all of Albertson's. See full story.