NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- On Wednesday, Wall Street will be keeping a close eye on Yahoo's! (YHOO) annual shareholder meeting, as well as three key companies scheduled to report their quarterly financial results, and some fresh economic data. The venerable internet company is set to meet in Santa Clara, Calif., where the board's current nine directors are up for re-election.

Agricultural giant Monsanto (MON) and homebuilder Lennar (LEN) will reveal their numbers before the opening bell, while home furnishings retailer Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) releases its results after market close.

Lennar is expected to earn 64 cents a share on $2.02 billion in sales for the quarter, according to Thomson Reuters data, up from 61 cents per share on revenue of $1.82 billion for the same quarter last year. Miami-based Lennar is more than just a homebuilder; it's also a provider of real estate-related financial services, a commercial real estate investment, investment management and finance company. Its homebuilding operations include the construction and sale of single-family attached and detached homes.

On the economic calendar, mortgage applications figures from the Mortgage Bankers' Association will offer an indication of housing demand, as well as economic momentum. The final revision of the first-quarter GDP report will gauge the aggregate activity in every sector of the economy. And finally, the Energy Information Administration will provide its weekly report on petroleum inventories in the U.S.

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