The market is closed on Monday in observation of Memorial Day. If you do find yourself watching CNBC, let's just hope it's out of respect for Mark Haines' passing and not because you expect any kind of stateside market action.

Phillips-Van Heusen
(NYSE: PVH) dresses up on Tuesday. The clothing maker is expected to see its sixth straight quarter of improving profitability, with estimates calling for earnings of $1.16 per share.

(NYSE: NQ), a Chinese provider of mobile security and productivity applications, reports on Wednesday. And it has plenty to prove. The Beijing-based company went public at $11.50 earlier this month, and the shares have given back roughly half of their value.

Electronic-payment processor VeriFone (NYSE: PAY), watchmaker Movado (NYSE: MOV), and contact-lens manufacturer Cooper (NYSE: COO) are some of the companies reporting results on Thursday.

The three companies have little in common, but they're all expected to improve sharply on the bottom line compared with what they earned during the same quarter a year earlier.

High-end grocer The Fresh Market (NYSE: TFM) also reports on Thursday. Analysts see the premium retailer posting a profit of $0.20 a share in what will be its second quarterly report as a public company.

The trading week closes out with cabinet builder American Woodmark (Nasdaq: AMWD). Investors are braced for a loss, and understandably so. New construction doesn't stand a chance when pitted against freefalling prices of existing homes. However, Wall Street does see a slightly narrower deficit this time around.

Until next week, I remain,

Rick Munarriz

Want to read more about The Fresh Market? Add it (or any other stock in this story) to My Watchlist, which will find all of our Foolish analysis on it.