) is set to report its Q4 results in tonight's after-hours.
Analysts polled by Capital IQ expect earnings of $0.06 per share on
revenue of $1.12 billion.
CRM favors a reversal trend between the bells following its
after-hours earnings reports, narrowing or reversing 19 times and
widening 18 times in next-day trade following its last 37
extended-hours earnings reports.
Looking deeper into the performance data, CRM has recorded an
earnings-driven after-hours decline in 19 of the 37 quarters MT
Newswires has tracked, reversing direction in next-day trade in 12
of those events, or 63% of the time.
On the plus-side, the stock just favors widening between the
sessions when it records earnings-driven after-hours gains, which
it has done in 18 of the 37 quarters we've followed. Of those 18,
the stock has widened 11 times. or 61% of the time, and reversed
direction seven times.
On Nov. 18, 2013, CRM declined 1.1% in night trade after meeting
Q3 expectations but setting Q4 guidance just below the Street view.
The stock moved deeper in the red the next day, ending the Nov. 19
regular session down 4.9%.
On Aug. 29, 2013, CRM soared 8.6% in after-hours trade after
posting better-than-expected results and guidance. The stock jumped
higher the next day ending the Aug. 30 regular session up
On May 23, 2013, CRM dropped 6.2% in night trade after posting
in-line results and guidance. The stock cut its downside the next
day, ending the May 24 regular session off 5.3%.
On Feb. 28, 2013, CRM advanced 4.8% in night trade after beating
on Q4 and setting mixed FY 2014 guidance. The stock surged higher
the next day, closing the March 1 regular session up 7.5%.
On Nov. 20, 2012, CRM gained 1.8% in after-hours action after
posting better-than-expected Q3 results and setting in-line
guidance. The stock vaulted higher the next day, closing the Nov.
21 regular session up 8.8%.
On Aug. 23, 2012, CRM declined 5.6% in after-hours trade after
beating on Q2 but setting its Q3 earnings view just below
expectations. The stock reversed direction the next day, ending the
Aug. 24 regular session with a 1.2% gain.
On May 17, 2012, CRM gained 8.3% in night trade after posting
better-than-expected results and guidance. The stock firmed higher
the next day, advancing 8.8% in the May 18 regular session.
On Feb. 23, 2012, CRM advanced 10.6% in after-hours trade after
beating on Q4 and setting mixed guidance. It narrowed its gains
slightly the next day, ending the Feb. 24 regular session up
On Nov. 17, 2011, CRM dropped 7.1% in evening trade despite
topping expectations. The stock moved deeper in the red the next
day, closing the Nov. 18 regular session off 10%.
On Aug. 18, 2011, CRM advanced 3% in night trade after beating
on Q2 revenue, meeting on EPS, and setting guidance mostly in-line
to above the Street view. The stock lost its upside the following
day, closing the Aug. 19 regular session down 2.6%.
On May 19, 2011, the stock rose 7.3% after an earnings and
guidance beat. Shares just topped that result the following day,
finishing up 7.9%.
On Feb. 24, 2011, CRM gained 8.6% in evening trade after posting
higher-than-expected Q4 results and setting mixed guidance. It lost
a good chunk of its upside the following day, closing the Feb. 25
regular session up 3.3%.
On Nov. 18, 2010, CRM advanced 8.8% in after-hours trade after
beating Q3 expectations and setting in-line guidance for Q4. The
stock surged higher the following day, closing the Nov. 19 regular
session up 18.1%.
On Aug. 19, 2010, CRM advanced 7.4% in evening trade after
posting better-than-expected Q2 results. The stock rocketed higher
the next day, closing the Aug. 20 regular session up 17%.
On May 20, 2010, CRM fell 4.3% in after-hours trade despite
meeting Q1 EPS views and topping on sales. It predicted FY sales
would meet or beat expectations. Shares, though, reversed those
losses and ended the next day's regular session up 5.3%.
On Feb. 24, 2010, CRM rose 2.1% in evening trade after beating
Q4 estimates and offering strong Q1 and FY11 EPS guidance. However,
the next day, the stock failed to build on those gains. Instead,
the stock fell 2% in regular trade.
On Nov. 17, 2009, the stock fell 4.1% after a Q3 revenue beat
but mixed guidance. Shares declined a slimmer 3% the next day.
On Aug. 20, 2009, the stock advanced 8.1% during evening trading
after beating the revenue estimate and raising its outlook. Shares
jumped 16.2% the next day.
On May 21, 2009, CRM shed 7.8% in after-hours trade after
meeting Q1 revenue expectations and cutting its FY2010 revenue
outlook. The stock slumped a deeper 8.8% in the May 22 regular
On Feb. 25, 2009, CRM advanced 5% in after-hours trade after
beating Q4 estimates. The stock narrowed its gains significantly
the next day, ending up 1.6% in the Feb. 26 regular session.
On Nov. 20, 2008, the stock gained 3.1% after beating with Q3
results but offering mixed guidance. The stock fell 2.2% the next
On Aug. 20, 2008, the stock fell 7.3% after the company guides
mostly in line. The loss swelled to 18.4% the next day.
On May 21, 2008, the stock fell 0.6% during evening trading
after beating by a penny with Q1 EPS. Shares rebounded to gain 5.8%
the next day.
On Feb. 27, 2008, the stock gained 9.6% during evening trading
after reporting strong Q4 results. The stock jumped 17.1% the next
On Nov. 15, 2007, the stock eased 0.6% during evening trading
after CRM reported ahead of the Street with Q3 sales and guides for
sales in line to above. The stock rebounded to gain 12.9% the next
On Aug. 15, 2007, shares edged up 0.7% in evening trading after
CRM said Q2 topped the year-ago period but updated guidance is
mixed. The stock fell 3.6% the next day.
On May 16, 2007, CRM slipped 1.2% in night trade despite topping
Q1 sales estimates. Shares lost more ground the next day, closing
the regular session down 5%.
On Feb. 21, 2007, CRM dropped 4.5% in the evening session after
beating Q4 sales estimates but forecasting Q1 sales in line to
below expectations. Shares recovered a bit the next day, ending the
regular session down 1.4%.
On November 15, 2006, CRM shed 2.3% in night trade after just
topping Q3 sales estimates but forecasting Q4 sales to be in line
to below expectations. Shares trimmed their losses the next day,
closing the regular session down 1%.
On Aug. 16, 2006, CRM surged 12.3% in after-hours trading after
the company beat on Q2 and set guidance mostly in-line to higher.
The stock added to its upside in the Aug. 17 regular session,
rising 19% by the closing bell.
On May 17, 2006, the stock fell 3.2% in the evening hours after
reporting ahead of the Street with Q1 results but guiding lower.
The loss grew to 5% the next day.
On February 22, 2006, CRM dropped 4.3% in night trade after
missing Q4 sales estimates but meeting on earnings. The company
also forecasted Q1 sales below Street views. However, the shares
recovered some of their losses the next day and ended the regular
session down 1.1%.
On Nov. 16, 2005, shares fell 2.4% on the release of figures
showing Q3 revenue of $82.7 million, above the First Call consensus
estimate of $80 million. Non-GAAP earnings per diluted share were
$0.05, a penny above the FC mean. The company upped its full-year
guidance. Shares recovered to post an 8.5% gain the following
On Aug. 17, 2005, CRM tumbled 11.5% after Q2 results matched
Street targets and it guided Q3 in line to lower. It slid only 8.4%
in the Aug. 18 regular session.
On May 18, 2005, CRM jumped 7.9% after topping Q1 expectations
and raising its FY06 outlook. It found more upside in the May 19
regular session, surging 11.7%.
On Nov. 17, 2004, CRM dropped 5.4% despite besting Q3 estimates
and issuing in-line FY05 guidance. Traders hammered the stock in
next-day trade, and it plummeted 14.4% in the Nov. 18 regular
On August 19, 2004, CRM fell 3.2% after posting in-line Q2
results. It reversed course and climbed 3.5% in the August 20
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