Chairs, chains, and chargers will color in the week that lies ahead.

Steelcase (NYSE: SCS) kicks off the first trading week of the summer with its quarterly report. The office furniture specialist is expected to report a surprising loss. Where are you, Corporate America? Shouldn't you be out there buying stylish chairs and office partitions? 

Drugstore chain Walgreen (NYSE: WAG) fills Mr. Market's quarterly prescription. Despite its recent tussle with a major rival, running a pharmacy is a pretty steady business with a fair amount of all-weather allure. Analysts are targeting a profit of $0.57 a share, just ahead of the $0.53 a share the company earned a year ago.

(NYSE: NKE) sprints in. The athletic footwear maker and its signature swoosh have remained relevant over the years, despite the fickle buying habits of brand watchers and tastemakers.

(NYSE: ACN), Discover Financial (NYSE: DFS), and TIBCO Software (Nasdaq: TIBX) are among the companies stepping up to the earnings podium. Analysts see all three companies posting higher earnings than they did a year earlier.

The trading week ends with KB Home's (NYSE: KBH) report. We've been having a good laugh over the homebuilder resorting to a Justin Bieber concert giveaway to lure potential buyers to its Las Vegas communities, but the sector is clearly in a better place than it was a year ago. Rival developers have posted improving bottom lines in recent weeks, and KB Home should be no different. Wall Street is banking on a substantially narrower deficit out of KB Home.

Until next week, I remain,

Rick Munarriz

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