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What's happening with DELL: Dell (DELL) stock has gained nearly 50% since its founder, Michael Dell, announced he was working on plans to take the company private in October. The weakening PC market has taken its toll on Dell and by going private, the company plans to remove itself from the scrutiny of Wall Street, which will allow it to focus on the long-term. The leveraged buyout is worth $24.4 billion, which, if approved by the company's board of directors, would equate to $13.65 per share, just above with the stock's current price around $13.50. Current pricing should reflect the risk of the deal falling through. Since there is little spread between the offer and the stock's price, that indicates the market thinks approval is likely.

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What's happening with GPS: Apparel retailer Gap Inc. (GPS) has been on the rise so far in 2013, after a disappointing second half of the year in 2012. Since the start of the New Year, the stock has managed to trade up slightly over 7%, and is likely to continue its uphill move on strong January sales figures. Gap has already released its January sales numbers, but the market will get a broader picture of the retail sector on February 13 when the U.S. Department of Commerce releases its January retail figures. With consumer spending making up over two-txhirds of the nation's economy, all eyes will be on the January retail report. A strong report should help Gap move higher, while disappointing numbers could erode some of its recent gains.

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What's happening with McGraw-Hill: McGraw-Hill (MHP) is the parent company behind the S&P Credit Reporting Agency, and following the news that the Justice Department was going to pursue a lawsuit against the company the stock took a major hit. Prior to the announcement, MHP stock was trading at $58.50, but quickly took a hit, with sellers driving the price down 24% to it current price of $44.61. The Justice Department is looking for someone to take the fall for the recent financial crisis, and it is taking aim at S&P Credit Agency for the top-notch ratings it gave to toxic mortgage assets.

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What's happening with Avon: Beauty products maker Avon Products (AVP) has been trading higher over the last three months after experiencing selling pressure during the third quarter of 2012. Avon will be reporting its fourth quarter results on February 12, with analysts forecasting earnings of $0.27 per share, down from $0.39 during the same period last year. The company has reported weaker than expected earnings during each of the last six quarters.

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What's happening with GT: After failing to hit its earnings estimate for its third quarter, Goodyear Tire (GT) hit a little selling pressure in late October, but has since rebounded nicely. Goodyear is scheduled to report its fourth quarter results on February 12, with analysts forecasting earnings of $0.20 per share, up from $0.03 during the same period last year.

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