Seagate and AMD have issued warnings about revenue for the latest quarter. They will issue their full quarterly earnings reports later. Several other companies providing computers, components, services and related software will also be releasing their earnings reports over the next several weeks.
Here's a look at how selected companies are faring:
July 5: Seagate Technology PLC warns that its quarterly revenue will fall below expectations, after shipping fewer hard drives than expected partly because of a quality issue with a supplier for its business product lines. The company also said its rivals recovered faster than expected from disruptions caused by last fall's heavy flooding in Thailand. That meant Seagate had to cut back on shipments.
Monday: Chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices Inc. says it's lowering its guidance because of weaker-than-expected sales in China and Europe and lackluster demand overall from consumers.
Coming up:
Tuesday: Intel Corp.
Wednesday: IBM Corp., Qualcomm Inc.
Thursday: Microsoft Corp., Advanced Micro Devices Inc., SanDisk Corp.
July 20: Xerox Corp.
July 23: Texas Instruments Inc.
July 24: Apple Inc., EMC Corp., SAP AG
July 25: Western Digital Corp.
July 30: Seagate Technology PLC (full report)
Aug. 21: Dell Inc.
Aug. 22: Hewlett Packard Co.

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