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Earnings On Deck


  • Anadarko Petroleum Corp    APC
  • Changyou.com Ltd    CYOU
  • Coinstar, Inc.    CSTR
  • Energy Conversion Devices Inc    ENER
  • Quepasa Corp    QPSA
  • Rex Energy Corp    REXX
  • Veeco Instruments Inc    VECO
  • Yum! Brands Inc    YUM


  • Buffalo Wild Wings Inc    BWLD
  • China Bak Battery Inc    CBAK
  • Coca-Cola Co    KO
  • Compass Minerals International Inc    CMP
  • Formfactor Inc    FORM
  • Glu Mobile Inc    GLUU
  • OpenTable Inc    OPEN
  • Panera Bread Co    PNRA
  • Valueclick Inc    VCLK
  • Walt Disney Co    DIS
  • Western Union Co    WU


  • Akamai Technologies Inc    AKAM
  • Andersons Inc    ANDE
  • CISCO Systems Inc    CSCO
  • Groupon Inc    GRPN
  • Level 3 Communications Inc    LVLT
  • Nanometrics Inc    NANO
  • Ralph Lauren Corp    RL
  • Sprint Nextel Corp    S
  • TripAdvisor Inc    TRIP
  • TriQuint Semiconductor Inc    TQNT
  • Visa Inc    V
  • Whole Foods Market Inc    WFM


  • Activision Blizzard Inc    ATVI
  • American Superconductor Corp    AMSC
  • Bunge Ltd    BG
  • Capstone Turbine Corp    CPST
  • Dunkin Brands Group Inc    DNKN
  • Expedia Inc    EXPE
  • LinkedIn Corp    LNKD
  • Nuance Communications Inc    NUAN
  • PepsiCo, Inc.    PEP
  • Sirius XM Radio Inc    SIRI
  • Stamps.com Inc    STMP
  • True Religion Apparel Inc    TRLG


  • Arch Coal Inc    ACI

Earnings date are subject to change, please check dates for accuracy.

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Dow posts loss on Europe, N. America weakness

NEW YORK (AP) — Dow Chemical Co. is feeling the impact of the slowing European economy, and seeing some weakness in North America as well.

The nation’s largest chemical maker said Thursday that it posted a loss of 2 cents per share in the fourth quarter as a one-time charge resulted in higher taxes at its Brazilian operations.

Excluding charges, Dow earned 25 cents per share. But that was short of analysts’ expectations and shares fell 3 percent in premarket trading.

Price increases helped revenue rise 2 percent to $14.1 billion. But overall volume was down 3 percent, or flat excluding businesses that Dow has sold off. The company said demand slipped as customers in North America, Europe and other regions worked through existing inventory instead of replenishing their stockpiles.

Dow says it saw global economic “deterioration” in the period, with “considerable weakness” in Western Europe. Europe, which is embroiled in a debt crisis, accounts for a quarter of the company’s sales.

Volumes rose in the Latin American and Asia-Pacific region.

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