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Earnings Watch For Feb 13 (CSCO, DF, H, AMAT, WFM, NVDA)

Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO) is scheduled to report results for the second quarter after the markets close. The world's largest computer networking gear maker is expected to post earnings of $0.48 per share, a slight increase from year-ago quarter's $0.47 per share. Also, the company is anticipated to generate revenues of $12.06 billion compared to $11.53 billion in the prior-year quarter. CSCO closed Tuesday's regular trade at $20.97. (52-wk H/L $21.34/$14.96)

Texas-based Dean Foods Company (DF) is expected to post its fourth-quarter results before the markets open. The dairy processor's earnings for the quarter are expected to rise to $0.30 per share from $0.27 per share in the previous year, while revenues are anticipated at $3.37 billion, higher than last year's $3.30 billion. The company's shares closed Tuesday's regular trading at $18.39. (52-wk H/L $19.17/$11.45)

Semiconductor equipment maker Applied Materials Inc. (AMAT) is scheduled to report first quarter results. The company is expected to earn $0.03 per share, a sharp decline from $0.18 per share a year earlier. Also, quarterly revenues are anticipated to decline to $1.54 billion from last year's $2.19 billion. The company's shares closed Tuesday's session at $13.66. (52-wk H/L $13.94/$9.95)

Hyatt Hotels Corp. (H) is slated to report fourth quarter results. The Chicago, Illinois-based company is expected to post earnings of $0.12 per share, lower than $0.31 per share reported a year ago, with revenues estimated at $1.03 billion. The shares closed Tuesday at $42.16. (52-wk H/L $44.49/$33.48)

Whole Foods Market, Inc. (WFM) will report fourth-quarter results today. The earnings of the US grocery chain are expected to increase to $0.77 per share from $0.65 per share reported a year earlier, while quarterly revenues are anticipated to rise to $3.87 billion from last year's $3.39 billion. The company's shares closed Tuesday's session at $96.11. (52-wk H/L $101.86/$79.58)

Santa Clara, California-based Nvidia Corp. (NVDA) is expected to post fourth quarter results. For the quarter, the company is expected to report earnings of $0.24 per share versus $0.19 per share last year. Besides, the company is anticipated to record revenues of $1.10 billion, up from last year's $953.19 million. The stock closed Tuesday's regular trading at $12.43 (52-wk H/L $16.90/$11.15)

Calpine Corp. (CPN), Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc. (DPS), Duke Energy Corporation (DUK), Henry Schein, Inc. (HSIC), Furniture Brands International Inc. (FBN), Lorillard, Inc. (LO), MEMC Electronic Materials Inc. (WFR), Sonoco Products Co. (SON), Talisman Energy Inc. (TLM), Vonage Holdings Corporation (VG), ArthroCare Corporation (ARTC), Avis Budget Group, Inc. (CAR), Charles River Laboratories International (CRL), Cloud Peak Energy Inc. (CLD), Ingram Micro Inc. (IM), Kinross Gold Corporation (KGC), Liberty Global Inc. (LBTYA), MetLife, Inc. (MET), NetApp, Inc. (NTAP), Pioneer Natural Resources Co. (PXD), TripAdvisor Inc. (TRIP), Weight Watchers International, Inc. (WTW) and ValueClick Inc. (VCLK) are also scheduled to report their results today.

by RTT Staff Writer

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