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What's happening with UPS: On March 20, UPS's (UPS) main competitor, FedEx (FDX) disappointed Wall Street with worse-than-expected third quarter earnings report. FedEx blamed the disappointing quarter on weakness in Europe and Asia, and indicated that it sees the problem continuing through the year. UPS stock traded lower on the news, as analysts expect the company to run into similar problems.

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What's happening with COP: In mid-March, the market was surprised by government data showing that crude inventories shrank by 1.2 million barrels. Going into the report, analysts predicted an increase of 2 million barrels, so the lower inventory level was a big surprise. It was the first time in nine weeks that crude inventories fell. Following the lower-than-expected inventory report, shares of the major oil producers, including ConocoPhillips (COP) moved higher.

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What's happening with ACN: Accenture (ACN) will report its fiscal second-quarter results after the market close on March 28. Going into the announcement, analysts expect Accenture will report earnings of $0.97 per share, which would be in-line with the same period last year. The stock has been moving higher since July, and has managed to gain 15% since the start of the year.

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What's happening with DG: Discount retailer Dollar General (DG) is due to report its fourth quarter results before the market opens on March 25. Analysts have forecast earnings of $0.90 per share, versus $0.87 during the same period last year. The company's earnings have outpaced estimates for each of the last six quarters. After running into trouble during the second half of 2012, the stock has rebounded to start the year, managing to trade up 12.9% since the start of the year.

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What's happening with EAT: Sales at casual dining restaurants fell 5.4% during the month of February from the same period last year. The decline in February follows on the heels of a 0.5% dip in sales in January. The decline represents the industry's biggest slump in three years, and is an indicator that consumers are cutting back on casual dining expenditures potentially because of the 2% jump in payroll taxes that took effect at the start of the year.

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