The trading week kicks off with a little hospitality, with Marriott (NYSE: MAR) and MGM Resorts (NYSE: MGM) reporting their quarterly results. The hoteliers have little in common: Marriott runs traditional lodging establishments across a variety of brands, and MGM specializes in casino resorts. Marriott is likely to grow its year-over-year profitability, while MGM is eyeing another quarterly loss.

Sirius XM Radio
(NYSE: SIRI) reports on Tuesday. Analysts are expecting breakeven results from the satellite-radio provider. Sirius XM passed the 20-million member mark during the quarter.

(Nasdaq: NTAP) and Genzyme (Nasdaq: GENZ) are among the dozens of companies releasing their latest financial results on Wednesday. Wall Street is targeting healthy bottom-line gains at both companies.

(NYSE: TTC) revs up its engine on Thursday. The maker of irrigation systems and lawn mowers knows how to keep fields green, but will it field some serious green? Mr. Market seems to think so. Analysts are banking on a quarterly profit of $0.41 out of Toro, well ahead of the $0.32 a share it earned a year earlier.

The final trading day of the week finds Campbell Soup (NYSE: CPB) cracking open its quarterly can. Given the wintry blasts through most of the country, Campbell's soups should be selling briskly. Surprisingly, Wall Street is braced for the food giant's profit to come in slightly lower than last year's showing.

M'm. M'm. Not good.

Until next week, I remain,

Rick Munarriz

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