After a wild five-session span on Wall Street, traders have a chance to ease into next week -- provided of course there are no bombshells.
The earnings and economic calendars are both pretty manageable, but stay tuned. Considering the news flow of recent days, market-turning events will continue to be a very real possibility.
With quarterly reporting season winding down, only a handful of notable names dot the early schedule Monday. Among them are
( MVL) and
Following the close,
Dun & Bradstreet
( JAVA) are due.
The Institute for Supply Management's services index is the only notable release on the economic calendar, but two
governors are expected to speak. Frederic Mishkin will talk at a risk management conference in New York, and Randall Kroszner will address the mortgage lending environment at two separate appearances, one in Arlington, Va., and the other in Washington.
, read about why value fund pro David Dreman is bearish with his market outlook. Staff reporter Lawrence Carrel has the details. When an old hand like Dreman speaks, you need to listen, because he's seen a lot during his 40 years on Wall Street.
Also, columnist Brett Arends will take a look at the management turmoil at giant Boston-based fund house