Netflix, PulteGroup and Zynga report earnings. Tesla sells off on Goldman report. Bally Technologies buys a big competitor to gain traction in Asia.
Coke, Mattel and Chipotle to report earnings. Oil hits a 14-month high. ADT rumored to be an investment target of Bill Ackman.
Alcoa and Family Dollar to report earnings. Oil breaks above the $100 mark. Honda teams up with General Motors. Retail sector to report June chain store sales.
Carnival and Barnes & Noble report earnings. Altria enters e-cigarette market. Dish opts not to make offer for Sprint. Men's Wearhouse fires company founder.
FedEx, CarMax and Kroger report earnings. National Association of Homebuilders releases housing market index. Big Data companies continue to dominate headlines.
PVH Corp. to report earnings. Boeing faces concerns of Japanese pilots. Walgreen moves towards becoming an energy producer. Dell resists Icahn proposal. First Solar tries to hold recent gains.
Dollar General and J.M. Smucker report earnings. April new construction starts data is due. May vehicle sales to be released. Samsung's Galaxy S4 has been a strong seller.
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