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Earnings Dominate Next Week's Calendar

Earnings reports dominate next week's calendar with Apple's earnings – as usual – expected to garner the most attention.Due Wednesday after the close of U.S. markets, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) will reveal whether its string of enormously successful gadgets are still selling as phenomenally well as they did when they were first introduced several years ago.The world's biggest publicly-traded company has not introduced a new line of products under the leadership of CEO Tim Cook, who replaced the irreplaceable Steve Jobs following Jobs' death in 2011. Still, sales of iPhones and iPads remain brisk and the company somehow produces near record earnings on a regular basis. Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) is also reporting next week. The social networking giant has seen its stock move higher in recent months and the company has been on an acquisition binge, clearly an attempt to show Wall Street that its business model is not a flash-in-the-pan. The company will report earnings on Wednesday.Another technolo...

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