The lone economic release for today is the
Purchasing Managers' Non-Manufacturing Index, which has very little impact on the market due to its short lifespan. (The earliest data go back only to July 1997.)
On the earnings front,
, a maker of telecommunications software, is scheduled to release its quarterly profit results today. According to research firm
Thomson Financial/First Call
the Woodbury, New York-based company is expected to post first-quarter earnings of 42 cents a share, up from 33 cents a share in the year-ago quarter. Ahead of earnings, the company said it was slashing 6% of its workforce due to the current economic climate. As a result, it said it would take a restructuring charge of about $9 million.
Shares closed up $2, or 3.5%, to $59.59 on Friday.
(Forecasts are from
. Times are Eastern. For a longer-term economic calendar and more, see
- 10 a.m.:
Purchasing Managers' Non-Manufacturing Index for May. Source:
National Association of Purchasing Managers. Forecast: n.a. Previous: 47.1.