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The week ahead

EarningsCredit and DebtLiquidity Services IncorporatedLayne Christensen CompanyAmerica's Car-Mart IncorporatedComtech Telecommunications Corp.Esterline Technologies Corporation

Monday:-- Earnings: Comtech Telecommunications Corp.; Concur Technologies Inc.

Tuesday:-- Third-quarter productivity-- October factory orders-- November Institute for Supply Management services index-- Earnings: Agile Software Corp.; AutoZone Inc.; Copart Inc.; Douglas Emmett Inc.; Financial Federal Corp.; Kroger Co.; Layne Christensen Co.; Photronics Inc.; Sanderson Farms Inc.; Sycamore Networks Inc.; Toll Brothers Inc.; Wind River Systems Inc.; World Wrestling Entertainment Inc.

Wednesday:-- Earnings: Greif Inc.; Innovative Solutions & Support Inc.; Korn/Ferry International; Liquidity Services Inc.; Powell Industries Inc.; SeaChange International Inc.; Universal Technical Institute Inc.

Thursday:-- October consumer credit-- Weekly initial jobless claims-- Earnings: ACA Capital Holdings Inc.; America's Car-Mart Inc.; Atwood Oceanics Inc.; Carreker Corp.; Central Garden & Pet Co.; Credence Systems Corp.; Diamond Foods Inc.; Esterline Technologies Corp.; Gildan Activewear Inc.; Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc.; Methode Electronics Inc.; Movado Group Inc.; National Semiconductor Corp.

Friday:-- November employment report-- Earnings: Sirona Dental Systems Inc.; Toronto-Dominion Bank

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