NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- TheStreet's Brittany Umar looks ahead to see what might cause some big moves in the market over the coming days.The week begins with Pep Boys ( PBY) reporting earnings after the close on Monday. Investors will be looking to see how the restructuring efforts have gone and if its new consumer focus is driving sales. Tuesday will feature LDK Solar ( LDK). The company is not expected to beat analyst expectations because negative margins continue to deteriorate. While the stock has nearly doubled in the last twelve months, H&R Block's ( HRB - Get Report) revenue have declined every year since 2008. The company will report earnings on Wednesday, along with Men's Wearhouse ( MW). Thursday's big news will come when retail sales are released. The report will shed some light on what the recent consumer spending trends have been. Also reporting will be Smithfield Foods ( SFD). The U.S. Congress is currently scrutinizing a Chinese company's planned $4.7 billion takeover of the U.S.'s largest pork producer. Friday features the economic PPI report for the month of May, which highlights the pricing of products at the wholesale level. -- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich. Follow @traderboy23
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