Hertz (HTZ) blames bad year over year comparisons for its earnings miss. It says a late Easter this year as well as a leap year last year compared unfavorably to 2016. It also blames rental prices tumbling and the falling used car values. Express Scripts (ESRX) says it will offer cheaper prescription drugs for uninsured patients. The New York Times reports that those with high deductibles that can't afford medicine will also be a part of this plan. Express Scripts has been widely criticized in the past as one of the major drivers of rising drug costs. Walt Disney (DIS) reports earnings after the closing bell. $1.45 a share is expected. The entertainment company may give some insights into ESPN and how it is doing after a recent round of high profile layoffs. It may also update investors on Pandora Land, a soon to be opened park at its Orlando operations.
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