Online brokerage TD Ameritrade moved up the release of its earnings report to Monday afternoon because of concerns about the hurricane headed for New York.
Ameritrade had been scheduled to release its fourth-quarter results Tuesday morning.
Spokeswoman Kim Hillyer says Ameritrade could have maintained its original release schedule because the company is based in Omaha, Nebraska.
But company officials wanted to make sure shareholders and analysts based on the East Coast could get the details. Financial markets in New York were shut down Monday because of the storm.
Analysts survey by FactSet are expecting Ameritrade to report earnings per share of 25 cents on revenue of $642.6 million.