Earnings season is winding down, but there are still some big names to report. More than 90% of S&P 500 companies have already reported earnings, with 78% of those names posting earnings above expectations, according to Refinitiv. These results helped overall S&P 500 earnings rise 9.7% from the prior year period. In other words, it was a solid season. However, key consumer names such as Walmart and Target are still on deck, and they will give investors another indication of how Main Street is struggling with higher prices. Take a look at CNBC Pro’s breakdown of what’s expected from this week’s biggest reports. On Tuesday, Walmart is expected to report earnings before the bell, followed by a conference call at 8 a.m. ET. Latest quarter: WMT said rising costs, supply chain issues and high inventories had eaten away at earnings. This quarter: Analysts polled by Refinitiv expect a slight increase in year-over-year revenue, as well as a single-digit decline in earnings per share. What CNBC reporter Melissa Repko is watching: “Walmart has already sent a clear signal that customers are feeling inflation. Last month, the company cut its earnings outlook for the second quarter and full year and said that it had a harder time selling high-margin discretionary products Investors will listen to the retailer’s plan to boost profits in a tougher environment, such as using private labels to gain more wallet share from shoppers budget-conscious or looking into new revenue streams like its advertising business.What History Shows: Walmart’s earnings days have been tough lately for investors, with shares falling after 7 of the last 9 reports, according to Bespoke data.The Home Depot is expected to report earnings before the opening bell, with management expected to hold a call at 9 a.m. ET. quarter: HD raised its outlook for the full year after posting record sales in the first quarter . This quarter: The home improvement retailer is expected to post high single-digit earnings growth, according to data from Refinitiv. What CNBC reporter Jack Stebbins is watching: “As a go-to place for homebuilders, electricians and other professionals, Home Depot is more insulated from shifts in consumer spending. On top of that, these pros had an order book post-pandemic The momentum also puts the company in a better position than other retailers when it comes to inflation Still, investors will be looking for clues as to how Home Depot is navigating this difficult environment , especially as inflationary pressures remain near 40-year highs What history shows: Home Depot exceeds earnings expectations 85% of the time, according to Bespoke. than a 0.32% gain on earnings days.Target is expected to release premarket earnings on Wednesday, with a conference call scheduled for 8 a.m. ET. : TGT said high cost and inventory issues affected earnings. The stock fell 25% that day. This quarter: Target earnings are expected to have fallen sharply from the prior year period, while revenues are expected to be roughly flat, according to Refinitiv. What CNBC retail reporter Melissa Repko is watching: “Target has experienced a sharp reversal of fortune as it has gone from scorching consumer demand to a glut of unwanted inventory. The discounter said earlier this summer that it would take a profit in the second quarter, so it emptied the shelves ahead of the back-to-school season and the holiday season from services like travel and restaurants, as well as inflationary pressures.” What history shows: Buckle up for these results. Following the last three reports, Target shares fell 25%, 9% and 5% respectively, according to Bespoke. Lowe’s is expected to report earnings before the bell. Management is due to hold a call at 9 a.m. ET. Last quarter: LOW saw a drop in sales as cool spring temperatures hurt demand for outdoor products . This quarter: Lowe’s earnings are expected to be up slightly year-over-year, according to Refinitiv. What CNBC reporter Jack Stebbins is watching: “With about 75% of its sales coming from DIY customers, Lowe’s may feel pinched by declining consumer confidence. Home improvement retailer coming out of spring, high However, the backdrop has hardened as people juggle busier schedules and tighter budgets and see signs that the housing market may be cooling What history shows: Lowe’s exceeded expectations at last six quarters, according to FactSet data Cisco Systems set to report revenue after the bell Company management expected to hold a call at 4:30 p.m. Putting pressure on the stock This quarter: Analysts polled by Refinitiv expect a slight year-over-year decline in Cisco’s earnings per share and revenue. as CNBC’s Jordan Novet looks on: “Analysts aren’t particularly keen on Cisco at the moment, with more than half of 29 analysts polled by FactSet maintaining a hold rating on the hardware maker’s stock. networking data centers. ‘We don’t. thinks a premium valuation is warranted now because, despite the company’s stated goal of increasing software and recurring revenue, Cisco hasn’t been very successful in meeting its business transformation goals,” said writes analyst Mike Genovese of Rosenblatt Securities as he launched a hedge with a holding rating in mid-July. Management warned of lower revenue for the July quarter. Since then, one of Cisco’s top executives, Todd Nightingale, a leader in enterprise networking and the cloud, has agreed to be the CEO of content delivery network operator Fastly. Executive Vice President Jonathan Davidson has agreed to take on the additional responsibility of leading this unit, a spokesperson said. “What History Shows: Cisco shares an average loss of 0.4% on days earnings, however, the company beats earnings expectations 94% of the time, according to custom data.Thursday Kohl’s is expected to release earnings before the bell, with a call expected at 9 a.m. ET.Last quarter: KSS cut its outlook for the full year after a shortfall This quarter: Kohl’s earnings are expected to have fallen more than 50% from the year-ago period, according to Refinitiv. CNBC Retail Lauren Thomas watches: “In June, Kohl’s cut its outlook for the second fiscal quarter, which the retailer is about to release, citing a drop in consumer spending. Industry watchers are looking for updates to its full-year view, on the heels of many retailers, including Walmart and Warby Parker, who have lowered their guidance in recent days amid inflationary pressures and headwinds. of the supply chain. Kohl also ended talks with the owner of The Vitamin Shoppe Franchise Group earlier this summer. sell the business and could offer updates this week.” What history shows: Kohl’s has been surprisingly gaining ground lately, winning after each of its last four reports, according to Bespoke data. But that n That’s not the long-term trend. Stocks typically decline on average on earnings days, according to Bespoke.