The top U.S. companies that are reporting earnings before the market opens on March 23 are: General Mills, Texas Industries, and Wonder Auto Technology. The top U.S. companies that are reporting earnings after the market close on March 23 are: Paychex, Red Hat, SAIC, Steelcase, HB Fuller, and OMNOVA Solutions.

Before Market Open

General Mills Inc. (NYSE: GIS), with a market capitalization of $23.47 billion, is expected to report its third quarter earnings before the market opens. Street analysts predict General Mills to earn 56 cents a share compared to 49 cents a share last year, with revenue estimated to be $3.69 billion. On Tuesday, the stock closed down 0.57 percent at $36.91 on a volume of 3.53 million shares on the NYSE. The stock traded between $33.11 and $38.98 during the past 52 weeks.

Texas Industries Inc. (NYSE: TXI), with a market capitalization of $1.22 billion, is anticipated to report its third quarter earnings before the market opens. Street analysts predict a loss of 77 cents a share narrower than 98 cents loss last year, with revenue estimated to be $123.82 million. On Tuesday, the stock closed down 0.39 percent at $43.87 on a volume of 172,500 shares on the NYSE. The stock traded between $27.28 and $47.42 during the past 52 weeks.

Wonder Auto Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: WATG), with a market capitalization of $202.65 million, is expected to report its fourth quarter earnings before the market opens. Analysts predict earnings of 25 cents a share compared to 19 cents a share last year, with revenue estimated to be $99.46 million. On Tuesday, the stock closed down 0.42 percent at $5.99 on a volume of 248,700 shares on the NASDAQ Stock Market. The stock traded between $5.90 and $12.77 during the past 52-weeks.

After Market Close

Paychex Inc. (NASDAQ: PAYX), with a market capitalization of $11.55 billion, is expected to report its third quarter earnings of 35 cents a share compared to 34 cents a share last year, with revenue estimated to be $528.33 million. On Tuesday, the stock closed down 0.76 percent at $31.92 on a volume of 2.66 million shares on the NASDAQ Stock Market. The stock traded between $24.65 and $33.91 during the past 52 weeks.

Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), with a market capitalization of $7.63 billion, is anticipated to earn 22 cents a share for the fourth quarter compared to 19 cents a share last year, with revenue estimated to be $236 million. On Tuesday, the stock closed down 0.63 percent at $39.56 on a volume of 1.92 million shares on the NYSE. The stock traded between $26.69 and $49 during the past 52 weeks.

SAIC, Inc. (NYSE: SAI), with a market capitalization of $6.27 billion, is predicted to earn 30 cents a share for the fourth quarter compared to 31 cents a share last year, with revenue estimated to be $2.74 billion. On Tuesday, the stock closed up 0.12 percent at $16.86 on a volume of 1.71 million shares on the NYSE. The stock traded between $14.87 and $19.48 during the past 52 weeks.

Steelcase Inc. (NYSE: SCS), with a market capitalization of $1.27 billion, is predicted to earn 8 cents a share for the fourth quarter compared to a loss 5 cents a share last year, with revenue estimated to be $595.80 million. On Tuesday, the stock closed down 0.21 percent at $9.55 on a volume of 1.08 million shares on the NYSE. The stock traded between $6.17 and $11.23 during the past 52 weeks.

HB Fuller Co. (NYSE: FUL), with a market capitalization of $1.02 billion, is set to release its first quarter earnings after the market close. Street analysts predict HB Fuller to earn 32 cents a share lower than last year's 38 cents a share, with revenue estimated to be $341.85 million. On Tuesday, the stock closed down 1.48 percent at $20.65 on a volume of 342,900 shares on the NYSE, while in the after-hours the stock rose 0.33 percent to $20.72. The stock traded between $18.47 and $24.56 during the past 52 weeks.

OMNOVA Solutions Inc. (NYSE: OMN), with a market capitalization of $314.11 million, is scheduled to report its first quarter earnings after the market close. Analysts predict earnings of 9 cents a share compared to 17 cents a share last year, with revenue estimated to be $258.0 million. On Tuesday, the stock closed down 1.27 percent at $6.98 on a volume of 296,600 shares on the NYSE. The stock traded between $5.99 and $9.10 during the past 52 weeks.