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On Tap Today: Citigroup, Intel to Report Earnings

With the long holiday weekend over, the week gets off to an action-packed start today with several banking heavyweights reporting earnings. This swashbuckling group includes

Citigroup

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,

Bank of America

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and

Wells-Fargo

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.

Other big names in the earnings spotlight today include chip giant

Intel

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and air carrier

Southwest Airlines

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. Shares of

Intel

traded down 3.6% to finish at $32.13 on Friday, whereas

Southwest

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closed down 0.6% to $30.67.

And these are just the big shots. A slew of other companies will also be reporting, so it should be an exciting day on Wall Street. Fasten your seat belt.

Also, check out the list below of IPOs whose lockup periods have expired.

Expected Earnings Reports

This table includes S&P 500 companies only. Dates are from First Call/Thomson Financial and may change. The full week's earnings calendar is published separately.

Economic Data

(

Forecasts are from

Reuters

. Times are Eastern. For a longer-term economic calendar and more, see

TSC's

Economic Databank.

)

  • 8:30 a.m.: Business Inventories for November. Source: Census Bureau. Forecast: +0.4%-P. Previous: +0.6%.

IPO Lockups Expiring

(TheStreet.com's

Ben Holmes, who heads

TSC's

ipoPros.com subsidiary, keeps a close eye on lockup expirations every week. For more on lockup expirations and why they matter, check out Holmes' primer on the subject. The full current lockup expiration list is published separately. For information on IPO pricings, filings and aftermarket activity, plus a calendar of upcoming IPOs, check out

TheStreet.com's

IPO data section.

)

Speeches & Testimony

  • Security and Exchange Commission' Chairman Arthur Levitt conducts his final town meeting today in Philadelphia at 7 p.m. EST. Levitt's address will focus on individual investor rights and responsibilities.