We've got a big week for earnings coming up, including big techs and a few others:
At Yahoo, the Street is looking for $1.1 billion in revenue, 24 cents EPS. The number to watch is display ad revenue. Yahoo's stock for the first time this year has been climbing the cliff it fell off in 2008, on optimism over CEO Marissa Mayer's turnaround prospects. But now the actual numbers behind the company's performance will get even more important, since investors are placing some value on the company again, not just its Asian investments.
At Intel, we'll see the toll of the vanishing PC. The Street is looking for $12.6 billion in revenue, 41 cents EPS. With PC sales in a historic slump, down nearly 14 percent from last year, according to IDC, Intel's PC client business revenue is bound to be tepid at best.
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