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Wells Fargo: Tomorrow's Headliners

Wells Fargo and Morgan Stanley quarterly earnings will be in focus Wednesday.

NEW YORK (

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) --

Wells Fargo

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and

Morgan Stanley

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will be among a plethora of companies out with quarterly results during Wednesday's session.

Wells Fargo

and Morgan Stanley become the last of the major U.S. banks to report first-quarter results, following

Citigroup

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and

Goldman Sachs

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, which blew past analysts' estimates earlier this week.

Several components of the

Dow Jones Industrial Average

will open their books on the first quarter before Wednesday's opening bell.

AT&T

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,

Boeing

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,

United Technologies

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and

McDonald's

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will all report results early in the day.

Lockheed Martin

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,

Altria

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,

SunTrust Banks

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and

Abbott Labs

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will also report early Wednesday, while

Amgen

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,

Qualcomm

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,

Starbucks

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and

eBay

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will post results after the closing bell.

Traders will also be reacting to numbers from

Apple

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,

Yahoo!

(YHOO)

and

Seagate Technology

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, which will release quarterly results after the end of trading Tuesday.

Wednesday's economic docket is once again pretty vacant, with the weekly reads on mortgage application volume and crude oil inventories due out early in the day.

-- Written by Robert Holmes in Boston

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