Tim Sloan, president and chief executive officer of Wells Fargo & Co., smiles after a Bloomberg Television interview in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Tuesday, May 23, 2017. Sloan, who has been working to contain the fallout from a fake-accounts scandal since taking over as chief executive officer in October, said he was impressed with how Moynihan dealt with a raft of legal issues arising from the financial crisis during his first years as head of Bank of America. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

Wells Fargo & Company is scheduled to release earnings before Friday’s open. The stock just hit a record high of $59.99/share in March 2017 and is currently trading near $55/share. The stock is prone to big moves after reporting earnings and can easily gap up if the numbers are strong. Conversely, if the numbers disappoint, the stock can easily gap down. To help you prepare, here is what the Street is expecting:

Earnings Preview: Q2 2017

Wells Fargo is expected to report $1.02/share on $22.35 billion in revenue. Meanwhile, the so-called Whisper number is $1.05. The Whisper number is the Street’s unofficial view on earnings.