Further reading

Elsewhere on Monday,

- What is wrong with the new elite?

- The parallels between food and finance.

- Sony bids ’sayonara’ to the cassette Walkman (in Japan).


Snap news

Breaking pre-market news on Monday,

- Puma to restate 2009 results after ‘irregularities’ at Greek joint venture partner – statement.

- Pearson expects adjusted...

Week in Preview: The Earnings Crunch Rolls On (MSFT, COP, V)

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earnings expectationsThe earnings crunch continues this week, and analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters are anticipating lots of strong quarterly reports.

For example, year-over-year earnings growth from big oil Chevron (CVX), ConocoPhillips (COP), ExxonMobil (XOM) and Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) are expected to be in double digits. The same is true of many other energy and mining concerns reporting this week: Allegheny Technologies (ATI), Alliant Energy (LNT), Arch Coal (ACI), Cliffs Natural Resources (CLF), CMS Energy (CMS), CONSOL Energy (CNX), DPL (DPL), Hess Corp. (HES), Minerals Technologies (MTX), Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD), PPL Corp. (PPL), Southwestern Energy (SWN), Total (TOT), Whiting Petroleum (WLL), Williams Companies (WMB) and Wisconsin Energy (WEC).

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