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What's happening with LMT: Defense contractor Lockheed Martin (LMT) stock sold off sharply during the latter part of January and has been stuck in a sideways pattern over the last month. The entire sector has been in limbo over the scheduled defense cuts that are set to start in March. The cuts were originally scheduled to kick in at the end of 2012, but were postponed until the end of February as part of the fiscal cliff deal that President Obama and Congress reached at the start of the year. At deadline, it remains unclear if the cuts will be postponed or eliminated, but for now it appears as though they will begin as scheduled.

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What's happening with DISH: Dish Network (DISH) got off to a good start to the year, but over the last two weeks has experienced some selling pressure. The company recently reported disappointing earnings for its fourth quarter, missing analyst estimates for earnings per share of $0.50 by posting just $0.46. The company has been battling with Sprint (S) in an attempt to buy Clearwire (CLWR), but despite making a higher offer it appears as though Clearwire is leaning towards a deal with Sprint, which already owns 51% of the company.

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What's happening with SPLS: After a disastrous 2012, shares of office supply retailer Staples (SPLS) have been on the rise in 2013. The economy continues to improve, which should lead to higher spending by businesses and individuals. The company will get its chance to build on its recent strength when it reports its fourth quarter results on March 6. Analysts have forecast Q4 earnings of $0.45 per share, up from $0.41 during the same period last year. 

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What's happening with HRB: Shares of H&R Block (HRB) have been in a strong upward trend since last summer. Since the start of the year, shares of HRB have gained a massive 34%, and will get the chance to continue trading higher following the company's fiscal third quarter earnings report on March 7. Analysts have forecast Q3 earnings loss of $0.01 per share, in-line with the same period last year.

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What's happening with CZR: Shares of Caesars Entertainment (CZR) were in a sharp downward trend during the majority of 2012, but it started to rebound in November, and has been trading sharply higher ever since. A recent development that gave analysts reason to be excited about Caesars was the decision made by the state of New Jersey to legalize internet gaming. The law will allow existing casinos to offer online poker, and Caesars will almost be one of the first to provide a platform for New Jersey residents to use for online poker.

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