The table on the right depicts the top Dow components that rely heavily on overseas operations, with over 40% of their revenue in 2008 coming from outside the United States. Assuming that foreign operations continue to represent a large source of income, the dollar's weakness in the last three months could be beneficial for some of these companies. Intel [INTC 16.11 0.07 (+0.44%) ] , at the top of the list, reports earnings after the bell on Tuesday. In 2008, ~60% of their revenue came from Asia including 26% from Taiwan, 13% from China, 11% from Japan, and another 11% from the rest of Asia-Pacific countries. Look for clues in their announcement to see what impact FX had on their numbers and may have on other multinational heavyweights this earnings season.