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Parties on Wall Street and Good Earnings Abound

How to unwind from two mad, mad, mad, mad trading days? You could stop by the "Congratulations Wall Street" party being thrown at Manhattan's

VIP Club

by

Splash! Entertainment. Or you could read some post-close items, with earnings estimates from

First Call

, and go to bed. Your call.

A quick read on Asian sentiment after the big U.S. rally: The

Taiwan Weighted Index

opened at 8 p.m. EST up 2.5%.

AmeriTrade Holding

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reported fourth-quarter earnings of 40 cents per share, 8 cents better than the four-analyst consensus estimate and up from the year-ago 18 cents. (AmeriTrade was among the many online brokerages beset Tuesday with customer-service complaints, as

TheStreet.com

found in a

Tuesday story.)

Harmon Industries

(HRMN)

reported third-quarter earnings of 38 cents per share, 8 cents short of the four-analyst estimate but up from the year-ago 36 cents.

Tower Semiconductor

(TSEMF)

reported third-quarter earnings of 40 cents per share, 4 cents better than the three-analyst estimate and up from the year-ago 5 cents.

Saville Systems

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(SAVLY)

reported second-quarter earnings of 53 cents per share, 2 cents better than the nine-analyst view and up from the year-ago 36 cents.

Fore Systems

(FORE)

reported second-quarter earnings of 7 cents per share, a penny ahead of the 17-analyst expectation but down from the year-ago 14 cents.

Cotelligent Group

(COTL)

reported second-quarter earnings of 20 cents per share, 2 cents ahead of the four-analyst view and up from the year-ago 13 cents.

Comverse Technology

(CMVT)

reported third-quarter earnings of 42 cents per share, a cent better than the seven-analyst forecast and up from the year-ago 30 cents.

Papa John's International

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reported third-quarter earnings of 23 cents per share, a penny better than the 11-analyst expectation and up from the year-ago 17 cents.

Evans Withycombe Residential

(EWR)

reported funds from operations of 47 cents per share, a penny below the seven-analyst outlook but up from the year-ago 41 cents.

Maxim Integrated Products

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reported first-quarter earnings of 53 cents per share, in line with the 10-analyst prediction and up from the year-ago 45 cents.