Yellow school buses and superheroes in red and blue color the week ahead. Let's take a closer look.
We kick off the new trading week quietly. On the eve of the holiday, stateside companies will be mum on the earnings front. They don't want to be drowned out by the loud fireworks or out-of-town investors taking advantage of the holiday.
If you want something to do, check out the weekend's box-office results. Naturally, Superman Returns will be the top draw at the multiplex, but how much will the Man of Steel rake in? Time Warner
Independence Day! Celebrate the American Way with hot dogs and apple pie. Yes, vegetarians can go with soy dogs, and those watching their caloric intake may substitute sugary apple filling with baked apple crisps. Chevrolet, too, you say? General Motors
You didn't think that domestic companies would get up early after the holiday, did you? Wednesday will feature mostly overseas companies like Oce
The few American companies tempting the holiday mojo by producing quarterly reports trickle in on Thursday. Laidlaw
Capping off the holiday-shortened trading week, A. Schulman
Until next week, I remain,
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