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Its earnings galore on Wall Street here are the latest corporate giants weighing in with their most recent financial performances.
We're driving home solid earnings thanks to strong sales in North America in fact the strongest quarterly sales and more than a decade.
That's overshadowing problems in Europe where -- is expected to lose two million dollars this year.
-- the maker of tide and to let that net income rose 6% in its most recent quarter thanks to cost cutting.
The revenue for Procter & Gamble fell short of street -- P&G also noting weakness in Europe it's the biggest maker of consumer product in the world.
-- -- disappointing Wall Street with its first quarter report card revenue fell one half percent missing -- -- Summaries and a slower land line business and increased competition with Verizon Wireless.
Despite the 787 dreamliner nightmare that's been affecting -- since the beginning of the year the playmaker posting profits of one point one billion dollars easily beating street estimates.
But revenue for Boeing fell two and a half percent now is largely due to a halt in dreamliner deliveries.
And I was echoed in the commerce department's latest report on durable goods orders or.
Orders for long lasting items they fell sharp five point 7% in March because -- steep drop in demand for commercial aircraft.
Orders however that reflect business investment they rose slightly.
For more -- on foxbusiness.com.
In New York on linesmen Andy.
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