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What's happening with LOW: Home improvement retailer Lowe's (LOW) has been advancing since last summer, benefitting from an improving real estate market. Since the start of August, the stock has risen 57%. The company last reported results on November 19, posting third quarter earnings of $0.40 per share and easily topping analyst estimates by $0.05. Lowe's will report fourth quarter results on February 25, with analysts forecasting earnings of $0.23 per share, down from $0.29 during the same period last year.

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What's happening with M: Macy's (M) has been stuck in a fairly tight sideways pattern since September. The looming fiscal cliff kept investors on the sidelines towards the end of 2012, and concern over the impact retailers will feel from increased payroll tax is keeping the stock in a tight range thus far in 2013 despite a string of strong earnings reports. Macy's has outpaced analyst estimates during each of the last ten quarters and it will look to increase that streak when it reports fourth quarter results on February 26. Analysts expect to see the company report Q4 earnings of $1.99 per share, up from $1.70 during the same period last year.

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What's happening with HLF: Herbal supplement maker Herbalife has been all over the news as of late. Activist investor Bill Ackman has accused the company of being nothing more than a ponzi scheme, allegations which instantly sent the stock into freefall. He has put his money where his mouth is, investing $1 billion in puts on HLF. On the other side of the debate, Carl Icahn has stepped in to take advantage of the recent sell-off by buying a sizable portion of the company. Icahn recently reported that he has acquired a 13% stake in Herbalife. The stock has managed to make back a lot of its initial losses, but is still down 26% since the end of November.

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What's happening with ARO: After a steep sell off last summer, retailer Aeropostale (ARO) has been in a tight sideways trading pattern since last October. While the company is not due to report its fourth quarter results until March 14, there are several other retailers that are going to report this week, and Aeropostale will most likely trade in along with the rest of the industry. We will get earnings reports from Macy's (M), Limited Brands (LTD), JC Penney (JCP), and TJX Companies (TJX), all of which shed some light on the retail industry and influence Aeropostale, and how ARO will trade during the week.

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What's happening with HMC: 2012 was a good year for auto companies and that strength carried over into January of this year. For Honda (HMC), January was a good month, with sales rising 13%, but that was slower than the pace it set in 2012, during which sales for rose by 24%. Honda has been trading in a sideways pattern since the start of the year after making a strong move to the upside during December of 2012.

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