There's never a dull week on Wall Street. Let's go over some of the news that will shape the week to come.
The new trading week kicks off with Mistras
Tuesday's the day for WD-40
WD-40 is about more than just its namesake all-purpose lubricant. WD-40's other products include Carpet Fresh deodorizers, 2000 Flushes toilet-bowl cleaners, and Lava heavy-duty hand cleansers.
Wall Street figures that PepsiCo will earn $1.30 a share for its latest quarter, just ahead of the $1.22 a share it came through with during last year's summer quarter.
Earnings season really begins to pick up some steam on Thursday.
Financial services giant JPMorgan Chase
Uranium Energy is targeted to post another loss, and JPMorgan is eyeing a smaller profit, but at least Google is still growing. That has to count for something, right?
It's quiet on the earnings front on Friday, but it won't be that way at the stores of any of the country's three largest wireless carriers. The Apple
Was it worth the wait? Can Apple stay on top as an aspirational brand without Steve Jobs at the helm? If you want the answers, head out to your nearest Apple store and count the number of people in line. If you want a more immediate answer, get close to the queue, because that's probably what iPhone 4S buyers will be talking about.
Until next week, I remain,
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