The markets are closed in observation of Labor Day. You can always keep an eye on how the overseas markets fare, but your best bet is to stay far away from CNBC and relax for a change. It's a long weekend. You've earned it.

(NYSE:GES) will live up to its moniker as the pros guess what the apparel brand earned during its fiscal second quarter. Analysts expect the company to turn a profit of $0.33 a share, but they haven't had a good read on the company lately. Wall Street was looking for net income to clock in at $0.28 a share three months ago, and Guess? actually earned $0.38 per share.

(NASDAQ:AAPL) has scheduled a mysterious media event for Wednesday. The speculating consensus is that some new iPod products will be unveiled. On the earnings front, be on the lookout for J. Crew (NYSE:JCG). The stock has been a market darling since it went public last summer at $20 a pop.

Mm-mm, earnings! Campbell Soup (NYSE:CPB) pours in on Thursday. Investors are braced for a challenging quarter. Analysts following the food giant expect earnings to dip 21% lower to $0.18 per share. The trend is a bullish friend here, though. Campbell has come in ahead of Wall Street's estimate in each of the past nine quarters.

Capping off a week that's light on major earnings reports, one of the few companies reporting on Friday is Aceto (NASDAQ:ACET). It's been nearly two years since the last time we took a look at the specialty chemicals company. Then again, you have go back even further to find the last time that Aceto wasn't trading in the single digits. The company is profitable, at least. The lone analyst following Aceto expects it to earn $0.13 a share in Friday's report, just ahead of the $0.12 per share it earned a year ago.

Until next week, I remain,

Rick Munarriz

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