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The profit parade continues today, albeit at a slower pace, as a jam-packed week on Wall Street draws to a close.

Among today's companies in the spotlight is

Eastman Kodak


. Earlier this week, the photo giant stated that it expects to meet consensus estimates, but Wall Street raised concerns about Kodak's bigger picture.

Salomon Smith Barney

lowered its rating on the company to outperform from buy. Solly said it didn't see Kodak's second-quarter earnings suffering, but that possible drops in film pricing could hurt earnings in the second half of this year and early 2001.

Also today, market watchers will take note of the

federal budget


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). And investors will keep an ear out for the companies, listed below, that come off their quiet periods.

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Expected Earnings Reports

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

Economic Data


Forecasts are from


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


Economic Databank.


  • 2 p.m.: Federal budget for June (FY '00). Source: Treasury Department. Forecast: $53.47 billion. Previous: $53.568 billion (June FY '99).

IPO Quiet Periods Expiring


Ben Holmes, who heads

TSC's subsidiary, keeps a close eye on quiet-period expirations every week. For more on quiet periods and why they matter, check out Holmes' primer on the subject. The full current quiet-period expirations list is published separately.


Quiet Period End

Deal Name


Lead Underwriter


Click Commerce


Morgan Stanley Dean Witter




Lehman Brothers


Manufacturers Services


Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette


Marvell Technology Group


Goldman Sachs


Stratos Lightwave


Lehman Brothers