Earnings season is here.

Martin Baccardax, TheStreet's London Bureau Chief, broke down what he'll be watching next week.

Not sure who's reporting?

Citibank (C) reports Monday, Jan. 14. Wells Fargo (WFC) and JPMorgan Chase (JPM) will report before the bell Tuesday, Jan. 15. Both Goldman Sachs (GS)  and Bank of America (BAC) will be reporting Wednesday, Jan. 16.

TheStreet's Tom Bemis wrapped up the bank earnings expectations for investors. Read his full article here.

Bank earnings wasn't the only topic broached during this week's episode of Trading StrategiesReal Money's Kevin Curran discussed Activision Blizzard's divorce from Destiny franchise and Bungie. You can listen to the full podcast below.

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