The Fool Looks Ahead

There's never a dull week on Wall Street. Let's go over some of the news that will shape the week to come.

The new trading week kicks off with KiOR (NAS: KIOR) reporting its quarterly results. The development-stage company's technology turns biomass into renewable crude oil. It's an interesting story, though revenue is just starting to trickle in.

McCormick (NYS: MKC) should season things up on Tuesday. Analysts see the spice maker earning $0.53 a share in its latest quarter, just short of the $0.57 it posted a year earlier.

Commercial Metals (NYS: CMC) is one of a handful of companies checking in with their quarterly results on Wednesday. The processor of scrap metal turned heads when Carl Icahn stormed in with a hostile buyout bid a few months ago, but it wasn't successful.

(NAS: SEAC) is the one of the names to watch Thursday. The multiscreen-video software developer revealed on Wednesday that it plans to unload its broadcast and storage business, so it should be an interesting conference call regardless of the actual financials.

The final trading day of the week wraps up with Natuzzi (NYS: NTZ) , the maker of upholstered furniture, reporting in the afternoon.

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