The trading week kicks off with G-III Apparel Group (Nasdaq: GIII) reporting. The designer of leather outerwea, women's suits, and sportswear is expected to post a small quarterly profit, reversing a year-ago loss.

NCI Building Systems
(NYSE: NCS), a manufacturer of metal products for the nonresidential-building industry, checks in on Tuesday. New construction is in a funk, so it won't be a surprise to see NCI post a substantial quarterly deficit.

Measurement Specialties
(Nasdaq: MEAS), Men's Wearhouse (NYSE: MW), and Pall (NYSE: PLL) report on Wednesday. The three companies have little in common, yet analysts see all three posting improved quarterly results.

National Semiconductor
(NYSE: NSM) has been on fire this year, soaring 80% during the past five months. Now it's time to see whether the semiconductor company can live up to that run. Wall Street's banking on a profit of $0.27 a share, just short of the $0.33 it earned a year ago.

The trading week closes out with lululemon athletica (Nasdaq: LULU) in its quarterly state of fiscal meditation. The upscale yoga-apparel retailer has been rolling on this side of the recession, generating the kind of sales per square feet that make its mall neighbors jealous. We'll see how much of its high-end athletic wear the chain moved during the quarter, but healthy growth on strong comps is practically a given.

Until next week, I remain,

Rick Munarriz

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