Another day, another round of earnings.
That's what investors will be facing early Wednesday on Wall Street, with results due from the likes of
, to name a few more.
If that's not enough, later in the day results are expected from
Outside of the earnings calendar, one of the day's more closely watched companies will likely be
, which is hosting an analyst day. When the Internet search giant speaks, all of Wall Street listens.
And that should dovetail nicely alongside
own coverage, as Senior Writer Vishesh Kumar says the time has come for the company to announce the Google phone and give us the details. Be sure to check back in as he lays out the prospects for this semi-mysterious device and tells you what it could mean for the stock price.
Separately, contributing writer Michael Katz will offer financial planning tips for newlyweds. He says that by reviewing their finances and money habits prior to tying the knot, couples can avoid potential conflicts as they plan for marriage. There will be a checklist of financial issues couples should review and also considerations for those getting remarried.
Next, we'll talk skiing. Though few parts of the country are experiencing anything close to winter, it's never too early to plan. So
Good Life team will tell you how to avoid long lines and ski more this season. As lift tickets get more and more expensive, and many ski areas grow more crowded, getting the best bang for your buck means avoiding long lift lines. Plus, we'll feature a list of relatively uncrowded ski resorts around the country.
Elsewhere, on the economic calendar are the National Association of Realtors report on existing-home sales for September and the Energy Department's weekly petroleum inventories.
At 10 a.m. EDT,
Governor Randall Kroszner is scheduled to appear before the House Committee on Financial Services, where his topic will be "Legislative Proposals on Reforming Mortgage Practices."