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What's happening with DIS: Disney (DIS) is currently trading just shy of its 52 week high. The company is coming off a strong 2012, which saw the stock climb just shy of 33%. While it was a strong year for the stock, the majority of the gains took place during the first nine months, before the stock hit a sideways pattern during the last three months. One of the biggest pieces of news about Disney of late was the company landing "Lost" creator, and "Star Trek" director J.J. Abrams to direct the next "Star Wars" film. Disney purchased Lucasfilm late last year for $4.05 billion. The company will be reporting fiscal first quarter results on February 5th, with analysts forecasting earnings of $0.76 per share. During the same period last year the company had earnings of $0.80. Disney has either met or beat analyst estimates each of the past 6 quarters.

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What's happening with RIMM: Research in Motion (RIMM) has been in serious trouble for the past few years. The company, which was once the leader of the smartphone revolution, has been struggling to compete in a market dominated by Apple (AAPL) and Google (GOOG)-powered Android phones. Analysts have been waiting to see the company's new Blackberry 10 mobile operating system, which the company believes will breathe life back into the company. After several delays, it finally launched Blackberry 10, but the stock has been down since the launch. RIMM introduced two new phone models, but neither will be available until March and one is not scheduled to hit stores in the U.S. until April. Analysts fear that the phones will not be good enough to lure customers back and more importantly won't convince current Blackberry owners to stay with Blackberry. The company also announced it would be changing its name to Blackberry and changing its ticker to BBRY.

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What's happening with BA: Boeing in the midst of a serious investigation into its flagship Dreamliner jet, which has been grounded around the globe following a couple mishaps with the plane's lithium-ion batteries which led to the grounding of a plane in the U.S. and an emergency landing in Japan earlier this month. The company is coming under pressure for possibly overlooking safety concerns in order to get the Dreamliner operational and so far investigators have yet to pinpoint exactly what is causing the batteries to overheat. The stock has been headed lower as the company works to isolate the problem, but still has not taken too big of a hit. The company recently reported better-than-expected fourth quarter earnings of $1.28 per share, above the $1.19 analysts were expecting.

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What's happening with K: Kellogg (K) stock has been strong since August and is currently trading just shy of its 52-week high. The U.S. economy is improving, and lower unemployment is helping boost consumer staples like Kellogg (K). During the recent recession, consumers started shifting away from name brand products in favor of cheaper generic brands, but that trend has reversed and that is a big reason why there was such a strong move by Kellogg over the last six months. Not only is Kellogg the world's largest producer of cereal, but last May it acquired Pringles, making it the second-largest producer of snacks. Kellogg will be reporting its fourth quarter results on February 5th, with analysts expecting to see earnings of $0.66 per share, up slightly from the $0.64 that it earned during the same period last year. Out of the last four earnings reports, the company has beat estimates twice, reported in-line earnings once and posted lower than expected earnings once.

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What's happening with CAH: Cardinal Health (CAH) stock has moved significantly higher since September and is currently trading just shy of its 52 week high. While the stock has been strong, there are reasons for concern. The company has big contracts up for renewal later this year with both CVS (CVS) and Walgreen's (WAG), and if these companies do not renew their contracts then Cardinal is going to be in serious trouble. The company will report its fiscal second quarter results on February 5th, with analysts expecting earnings of $0.86 per share, up from $0.81 during the same period last year. The company has posted better-than-expected earnings for each of the last four quarters.

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