Kiplinger's Earnings Calendar for This Week (Sept. 25-29)

Check out our earnings calendar for this week, as well as our previews of the more noteworthy reports.

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Below is a weekly earnings calendar of the most important upcoming quarterly reports scheduled to be released by publicly traded companies. However, we have also provided expanded earnings previews for select companies.  

Please check back often. This earnings calendar is updated weekly.  

(Editor's Note: Earnings dates in tables are tentative. However, companies featured in "Earnings Spotlights" have officially announced their earnings dates.)

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Earnings calendar highlights

Monday (9/25)

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Noteworthy earnings reports
CompanySymbolEarnings estimate
Thor IndustriesTHO$0.95 per share

Tuesday (9/26)

Earnings spotlight: Costco Wholesale 

Costco Wholesale (COST, $555.08) will disclose its fiscal fourth-quarter results ahead of Tuesday's open. Analysts, on average, expect the membership warehouse company to report earnings of $4.79 per share, up 14% year-over-year (YoY), on revenue of $77.9 billion (+8% YoY).

UBS Global Research analyst Michael Lasser is upbeat about the retailer's earnings report. "We think Costco’s upcoming print should underscore the robustness of the company's business model," Lasser writes in a note to clients. "New member growth, rising traffic, and new store openings (nine this quarter, or 26 for the full year) all likely helped contribute to the improvement."

Lasser has a Buy rating on the consumer staples stock, and he's not alone in his bullish outlook. Of the 37 analysts following COST that are tracked by S&P Global Market Intelligence, 20 say it's a Strong Buy, six have it at Buy, nine rate it a Hold and two have it at Sell. This works out to a consensus Buy recommendation.

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Other noteworthy earnings reports
CompanySymbolEarnings estimate
AAR CorpAIR$0.70 per share
TD SynnexSNX$2.47
Progress Software PRGS$1.00
United Natural FoodsUNFI-$0.39

Wednesday (9/27)

Earnings spotlight: Micron Technology 

Wells Fargo analyst  Aaron Rakers sees an attractive risk/reward setup for Micron Technology (MU, $67.90) ahead of the memory chipmaker's fiscal fourth-quarter earnings report, due out after Wednesday's close. Some investors are questioning whether sentiment is a bit too bullish on the semiconductor stock ahead of the print, but the analyst says he expects "forward comments to instill confidence in a materializing fiscal 2024 recovery."

Additionally, Rakers expects Micron to report results near the high-end of its guidance due in part to the completion of a PC inventory digestion phase, as well as system checks that show DRAM pricing has bottomed. For reference, Micron is guiding for fiscal Q4 revenue of $4.1 billion at the high end of its range and a per-share loss of $1.12.

Industry analysts, meanwhile, expect Micron to report a loss of $1.18 per share vs its year-ago earnings of $1.45 per share. Revenue is expected to land at $3.9 billion, down 41.1% YoY.

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Other noteworthy earnings reports
CompanySymbolEarnings estimate
ConcentrixCNXC$2.85 per share
H.B. FullerFUL$1.14

Thursday (9/28)

Earnings spotlight: Nike 

Nike (NKE, $91.48) stock has had a rough stretch on the price charts in 2023, with shares down 22% for the year-to-date. This makes it one of the worst-performing Dow Jones stocks so far this year.

Still, most analysts remain bullish toward the athletic apparel and footwear maker, as evidenced by a consensus Buy recommendation from the 36 analysts following NKE tracked by S&P Global Market Intelligence. 

Stifel analyst Jim Duffy is one of those with a Buy rating on Nike, though he admits that shares "have underperformed meaningfully" following the company's late-June earnings report. The stock's price chart struggles reflect "uncertainty in North America wholesale, economic pressures to consumer activity in Greater China, and concerns about fiscal 2024 guidance dependent on second-half acceleration," Duffy says.

The company will once again be in the earnings spotlight, with Nike scheduled to release its fiscal first-quarter results after Thursday's close. Duffy feels there's a "case for fundamental improvement" in the new fiscal year, amid "evidence of brand relevance, tightening inventory positions, the abatement of transient margin headwinds, with demand drivers including the leadup to the Paris Olympics in Summer 2024." As such, the analyst expects NKE to report in-line results in its fiscal Q1.

Analysts, on average, are looking for Nike to report fiscal first-quarter earnings of 74 cents per share (-20.4% YoY) on revenue of $13.0 billion (+2.4% YoY).

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Other noteworthy earnings reports
CompanySymbolEarnings estimate
AccentureACN$2.66 per share
CarMax KMX$0.74
Jabil JBL$2.32
Vail ResortsMTN-$3.32

Friday (9/29)

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Noteworthy earnings reports
CompanySymbolEarnings estimate
CarnivalCCL$0.76 per share

Reporting schedules are provided by and company websites. Earnings estimate data provided by Refinitiv via Yahoo! Finance, and S&P Global Market Intelligence via 

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Karee Venema
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With over a decade of experience writing about the stock market, Karee Venema is an investing editor and options expert at She joined the publication in April 2021 after 10 years of working as an investing writer and columnist at Schaeffer's Investment Research. In her previous role, Karee focused primarily on options trading, as well as technical, fundamental and sentiment analysis.