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Trading Radar: Earnings Season Kicks Off

Following Mr. Market's disappointment with JPMorgan's (JPM) and Wells Fargo's (WFC) earnings numbers all eyes will be on Citigroup's (C) Monday-morning report. Other names to watch this coming week as we work through earnings season are Goldman Sachs (GS) and IBM (IBM) on Tuesday American Express (AXP) and Qualcomm (QCOM) on Wednesday Bank of America (BAC) on Thursday and General Electric (GE) on Friday.
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