A Complete Checklist For This Week's Big Earnings Announcements

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Earnings season continues in earnest this week, albeit at a slower pace than last.

The reporters vary heavily, with names like Aol, Walt Disney, Macy’s, and Pitney Bowes all set to announce. 

Below is this week’s earnings announcement calendar along with consensus EPS estimates. 

Take stock of who you have stock in:

Monday, May 7, 2012:

cognisant Technology Solutions (CTSH): $0.79
Louisiana-Pacific (LPX): -$0.15
Tyson Foods (TSN): $0.39
BroadSoft (BSFT): $0.23
DISH Network (DISH): $0.70
HollyFrontier (HFC): $1.21
Frontier Communications (FTR): $0.05
Sysco (SYY): $0.43
Rackspace Hosting (RAX): $0.17
Electronic Arts (EA): $0.16
Vornado Realty Trust (VNO): $1.77
Dendreon (DNDN): -$0.60
Pitney Bowes (PBI): $0.50
Avis Budget Group (CAR): -$0.01

Tuesday, May 8, 2012:

Fossil (FOSL): $0.92
Quicksilver Resources (KWK): -$0.04
Wendy’s (WEN): $0.03
Tenet Healthcare (THC): $0.09
Apollo Global Management (APO): $0.70
Discovery Communications (DISCA): $0.60
Charter Communications (CHTR): -$0.32
Walt Disney (DIS): $0.56
Demand Media (DMD): $0.05
Energy Transfer Partners (ETP): $0.44
Patriot Coal (PCX): -$0.34
DIRECTV (DTV): $1.05
Molson Coors Brewing (TAP): $0.43

Wednesday, May 9, 2012:

Savient Pharmaceuticals (SVNT): -$0.46
Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group (DTG): $1.35
Dean Foods (DF): $0.21
News Corp (NWSA): $0.31
Cisco Systems (CSCO): $0.47
Activision Blizzard (ATVI): $0.04
Monster Beverage (MNST): $0.38
Tesla Motors (TSLA): -$0.70
CenturyLink (CTL): $0.58
priceline.com (PCLN): $3.90
Universal Display (PANL): $0.05
EV Energy Partner (EVEP): $0.52
MEMC Electronic Materials (WFR): -$0.26
Macy’s (M): $0.39
AOL (AOL): $0.17

Thursday, May 10, 2012:

Kohl’s (KSS): $0.61
CA (CA): $0.52
Molycorp (MCP): $0.16
Nordstrom (JWN): $0.74
Express Scripts Holding (ESRX): $0.77
MBIA (MBI): $0.13
Nuance Communications (NUAN): $0.40
Windstream (WIN): $0.13

Friday, May 11, 2012:

NVIDIA (NVDA): $0.15
Rentech Nitrogen Partners (RNF): $0.86

Companies are listed in the general order that they will report (before-the-bell announcements are first, with after-the-bell announcements towards the middle-to-end). Consensus estimates provided by Bloomberg.

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