Defense industry cuts commence. Dish Network may pull its Clearwire offer. New Jersey approves online gambling. H&R Block and Staples to report earnings.
Wal-Mart and Abercrombie & Fitch to report earnings. Deals boost Comcast and US Airways. Solar stocks head higher after State of the Union address.
Dell is going private. January retail sales will be announced. McGraw-Hill comes under fire from US DoJ. Avon and Goodyear report earnings.
Disney, Kellogg and Cardinal Health report earnings. Traders spurn the Blackberry 10 launch. Boeing searches for Dreamliner answers.
Amazon and Yahoo to report earnings. Fed minutes to be released. Ford earnings could impact auto stocks. New York soda ban battle begins.
McDonald's, Starbucks and defense industry mainstays report earnings. December home sales likely move homebuilders. Chipotle shakes off weak pre-announcement.
JPMorgan and Blackrock are to report Q4 earnings. Housing market and retail sales data are set to be released. Discount retailers feel pain from payroll tax hike.
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