13 Commodity Earnings You Can’t Afford to Miss

As we enter the latter half of earnings season, it is time for a number of the world’s biggest and most significant commodity-based firms to report their results from their most recent fiscal quarter. The figures they post as well as the guidance they provide will have not only a big impact on their stock, but some of the bellwethers will actually have an impact on the commodity itself. Below, we have compiled a list of some of the biggest and most important commodity firms to report earnings this week, all of which you should keep a watchful eye on [for more commodity news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter].

  • Chesapeake Utilities Corporation (CPK): This gas utilities firm reports today and is expected to haul in EPS of $0.24 with revenues just over $86 million.
  • Plum Creek Timber Co (PCL): The largest private landowner in the U.S. also reports on today, with analysts predicting EPS of $0.37 and revenues of $347 million [see also Timber Set to Soar Says Jeremy Grantham].
  • Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM): This agriculture firm will look to avenge its last earnings miss on Tuesday. Analysts are calling for EPS of $0.35 with revenues just touching $22 billion.
  • British Petroleum (BP): Still trying to shake off the impact of the Deepwater Horizon spill over two years ago, BP’s report on Tuesday is expected to show EPS of $1.29 and revenues of nearly $90 billion.
  • ArcelorMittal (MT): The steel and iron producer details results on Wednesday, where analysts are forecasting EPS of $0.15 and revenues over $21 billion.
  • Enbridge Energy Partners LP (EEP): This high yielding MLP hasn’t hit its marks for the past year, but it will look to change that Wednesday. EEP is hoping to scrape up EPS of $0.27 with revenues just over $1.7 billion.
  • Phillips 66 (PSX): This oil & gas company is on the chopping block Wednesday with the bar set at EPS of $2.35 and revenues of $51 billion [see also 25 Ways To Invest In Crude Oil].
  • Apache Corp. (APA): Kicking off Thursday, Apache hopes to bring in EPS of $2.26 and revenues just under $4.1 billion.
  • Chesapeake Energy Corporation (CHK): Thursday’s next report comes from this oil & gas giant, as CHK looks to reel in EPS of $0.1 and revenues of $2.4 billion.
  • Exxon Mobil (XOM): Though it was recently surpassed in market cap by Apple (AAPL), XOM is still one of the largest companies in the world. Results are slated to come in at an EPS of $1.96 with revenues just over $112 billion.
  • Newmont Mining Corp. (NEM): This gold miner also reports on Thursday, and is expected to show EPS of $0.92 and revenues of $2.5 billion for the last quarter [see also 10 Gold Miners That Pay a Dividend].
  • Royal Dutch Shell (RDS-A): The British oil & gas behemoth will report Thursday and is expected to show EPS of $2.07.
  • Chevron Corporation (CVX): Last but not least, Friday will see results from Chevron, who are expected to report EPS of $2.85 with revenues eclipsing $64 billion.

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