It was a big day of earnings on Wall Street, and the Cheddar team broke the news down. First up was Disney. The company missed on both revenues and earnings per share. Revenues came in at $12.78 billion compared to estimates of $13.23 billion. Earnings per share came in adjusted at $1.07 compared to estimates of $1.13. Eyes are on the company as news swirls that Disney could be buying 21st Century Fox's movie and TV studios. Next up was Nordstrom. The company beat on earnings. As the news rolled in, it was a warm welcome to retail experts who have been worrying over the outlook of the industry as a whole. Revenues reported at $3.63 billion, compared to lower estimates of $3.58 billion. Earnings per share were reported at a diluted rate of $0.67, above estimates of $0.63. All this after the company tried to go private this quarter. Ultimately, the Nordstrom family suspended efforts after struggling to raise enough finance to leverage the buyout. And finally, Nvidia released earnings and beat on both revenues and earnings per share. The tech company reported revenues of $2.64 billion compared to estimates of $2.36 billion, and earnings per share of $1.33, compared to the lower estimates of $0.94. Nvidia's gaming sector was a big boost for the company.