Feb. 1 - Three key factors that could test the recent highs of the Dow: Walt Disney results, government budget projections and a key reading of the services sector.
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Well now the Dow has hit fourteen outs and the big question is the bulls keep and -- it ended Friday up 1% about 150 points shy of the all time high on October ninth 2007. There are three wild cards for investors on Tuesday. First -- from docking at Walt Disney isn't -- profits fall from year ago and has already said it's been spending too much must work right up. 170. Million dollars hits home video sales are also suffering you down to 150. Million dollars. Inventor of DC this CBOs out the same day -- estimates for the size of the government deficit for 2014. -- they did not spending. Fun times we'll have. Finally there's I SM non manufacturing index that could -- the service sector pulled up slightly in January. Thanks to higher. Why not an issue we could -- now -- I. And a 24 billion dollar deal. Isn't -- or is CEO Michael Dell is expected to take majority ownership of the world's third largest PC maker. Silver lake and Microsoft would become minority investors. The move would mark the largest Leveraged -- this financial crisis. And it could feel the booming industry activity was up 96% in the third quarter to about 29. Billion dollars. We'll see how young plans on recovering in China when it reports results mining KFC owner says it's been him I'd gotten publicity from a government review of the safety habits -- supply. It's out in the country tumbled 6%. Worse than its earlier forecast of 4% decline M shares are down over 2% -- the beginning of the year. Well two big short targets are reporting earnings as well it will play green mountain hopped -- attract the attention David Einhorn who manages eight billion dollar green I capital mind. Totally on Tuesday should see its profits rise from a year ago. Focus on any comments are rising food prices and competition from fast food chains but now. It'll be green mountains turn on Wednesday and we should also keep profits growth and pay attention to what it's -- CEO Lawrence and per cent non holiday sales. Stocks are up over the last six months green mountain almost 100%. Too -- I. Einhorn has already acknowledged he's been hurt by green mountain its -- wiped out all the profits in his position last year. Look at just on Twitter at Reuters Insider and get more hard greens -- dot com -- to -- I'm ready mom. --
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