You can start digesting the abridged trading week by digging into the Smith & Wollensky (NASDAQ:SWRG) quarterly report. The company is due to report on Monday, though you never know what may happen since a bidding war broke out earlier this year. The mostly neglected upscale steakhouse is now the belle of the bidding ball. Let's see whether we get a "well done" performance out of the company. 

If it's Tuesday, it must be Robbins & Myers (NYSE:RBN). Analysts expect earnings to more than double to $0.47 a share for the quarter. Robbins & Myers is a diversified company, toiling in things like packaging materials and fluid management solutions for the oil industry.

Wednesday ushers in a battle of the consumer-electronics superstores. Best Buy (NYSE:BBY) and Circuit City (NYSE:CC) will both stroll up to the quarterly earnings podium. Wall Street is looking for improvement at Best Buy, but the same can't be said of Circuit City. It's a shame, because Circuit City really seemed to be getting into a good groove last year. These days, the company finds itself trimming overhead costs in ways that may hurt the retailer in the long run. Thankfully, Best Buy is the one that is the active Stock Advisor recommendation.

Then we have Constellation Brands (NYSE:STZ) toasting an end to the shortened trading week on Thursday. It's been more than a year since the company behind St. Pauli Girl brews and Mondavi wines beat analyst estimates, so don't get too excited about the report's prospects. Or, heck, maybe it's overdue.

The market is closed in observance of Good Friday. Rest well, and get ready to come back to trading after the long weekend.

Until next week, I remain,

Rick Munarriz

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