4 Stocks to Watch This Week

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To wrap up this edition of Consumer Countdown, host Mark Reeth asks Motley Fool consumer goods analysts Michael Finarelli and Sean O'Reilly about which stocks they're keeping an eye on this week. 

Sean's focusing on beer, as he keeps an eye on Anheuser-BuschInBev , which reports on Thursday, as well as Boston Beer , reporting on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Mike is watching Buffalo Wild Wings , keeping a close eye on average weekly sales and comps. He'll also be watching Starbucks' operating margins and comps.


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