Tiffany & Co (USD 69.5 ; -7.26% ; TIF ; TIF.N)
Tuesday, Tiffany & Co, the US jewelry retailer, may deliver 3Q EPS of $0.60, up from $0.46 a year earlier and sales of $802M, compared to $682M. Earlier this month, the Co declared a regular quarterly dividend of $0.29 per share. From a chartist view, the stock is still trading below its 50D MA, as well as the $74.5 resistance, therefore, we expect a further pullback towards $65.
Sage Group (GBp 266.5 ; -0.52% ; SGE ; SGE.L)
Wednesday, the Sage Group, the British accounting software editor, is expected to release 2H pretax profit of ?182M, compared to ?160M in the same period of 2010. On November , the Co announced it completed the sale of its US healthcare division to Vista Equity Partners. Technically, the stock bounced off from its ST support at 262p, and is now challenging its 50D MA before a new rise to 272p.
Seadrill (NOK 186.2 ; -1.48% ; SDRL ; SDRL.OL)
On the same day, Seadrill Ltd, the offshore deepwater drilling services company, may unveil 3Q EPS of $0.70, vs $0.79 in 3Q10 on revenue of $1.02B vs $1.01B. On November 17, the Co was awarded a two-year extension for the semi-submersible rig West Aquarius. From a chartist point of view, the share price remains well supported by its 50-day moving average, as long as this support holds on the downside, look for further advance to NK195.
Kroger (USD 22.16 ; 0.23% ; KR ; KR.N)
On Thursday, Kroger Co., the US operator of supermarkets and convenience stores, is expected to release 3Q EPS of $0.31 compared to $0.32 a year earlier on sales of around $20.3B vs $18.7B. Earlier, Fitch Ratings reaffirmed the Co's IDR at "BBB" with a "stable" outlook. From a chartist view, the stock is moving within a MT trading range between $23.7 and $21.4 since early August 2011, and may test the lower boundary in the forthcoming days.
Berkeley Group (GBp 1222 ; 2.69% ; BKG ; BKGH.L)
Friday, Berkeley Group, a residential and commercial property development company, may announce 1H adjusted EPS of ?0.31 compared with ?0.33 a year ago. Recently, the Co's unit would submit proposal for bidding a ?1.5B project to redevelop Silvertown Quays in the UK. Earlier, the Co was upgraded to "buy" from "neutral" at Goldman Sachs. From a technical point of view, the stock remains well supported by a key level at 1150p, and should post a new bounce to challenge its resistance at 1280p in sight, if breakout, look for further upsides to 1350p.
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